​Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech has denied reports that he was considering a new role with ​Chelsea, insisting that he is fully focused on the Europa League final clash against his former club.

Cech spent 9 seasons as Chelsea's first choice goalkeeper, before being displaced by Thibaut Courtois in his 10th and final season at the club. He joined Arsenal in 2015 for a fee of around £10 million, winning an FA Cup and two Community Shields. 

But reports have emerged that the Czech goalkeeper could be ​in line for an executive role after his retirement. 

Cech, though, says that decision has not been finalized and that he has not thought of any possibilities that don't involve that Europa League finale.

"Despite the news today as I had already said to everybody before, I’ll make decision about my future after the last game," Cech said in a tweet. "Now my sole focus is to win the EL with Arsenal."

The goalkeeper had previously said in an interview with ​BT Sport following the ​4-2 semi-final second-leg win in Mestalla“Well, I have to say I keep the door open for whatever comes.

“You know, staying home, doing nothing, playing ice hockey, playing drums or doing something in football straight away is always a possibility.

“I will just sit at home and I will see what will come – but now really I concentrate on these last weeks, the final, I want to win it, that is all I want.”

Cech added: “I always say the final is there to win, nothing else. In 10 years, nobody remembers who you beat, only the one who won, so you have to be on the winning side.”

The legendary goalkeeper will be hoping to help Arsenal win in the Europa League in what will be the final game of his star-studded career.