The midfielder's contract with Birmingham expired at the end of the season and there has been plenty of speculation regarding the 25-year-old's future. His agent, Per Jonsson, has confirmed he would prefer to stay in the English top flight, with Sunderland, Newcastle, Blackburn, Stoke and Arsenal all linked to the player. Larsson is set to speak with Jonsson in the coming days to get his future sorted after being part of the Swedish side which thrashed Finland 5-0 on Tuesday to boost their qualification hopes for Euro 2012. He told Fotbollskanalen: "I will contact my agent in the next couple of days to see what alternatives I have. "I haven't spoken to my agent since we played our last game with Birmingham. "That's the way I wanted it, but now its time to get things rolling and we will see what happens." As regards the speculation concerning Arsenal, Larsson added: "It's the club that partly raised me, but a rumour is just a rumour."