WILTORD NOT LIKELY TO SIGN NEW DEAL Sylvain Wiltord concedes he is unlikely to sign a contract extension at Arsenal and is ready to leave a decision on his future until after Euro 2004. The French forward's present deal expires at the end of the season and The Gunners have offered Wiltord a two-year extension to remain at Highbury. That offer remains unsigned as Wiltord had been hoping to secure a three-year contract and admits further talks regarding the impasse are not planned. Wiltord revealed he does not envisage inking another deal at Highbury and is pondering quitting the North London outfit after four years. "I will reach the end of my contract in June 2004 and, at the moment, I don't believe I will sign again," Wiltord told French radio station RMC Info. "We had a talk with the officials at the end of last season and we had a meeting at the start of the season but, for the moment, nothing else is forecast." The 29-year-old joined Arsenal from Bordeaux for £13 million after impressing for Les Bleus at Euro 2000 and is keen to shine when France launch the defence of their crown next summer. He believes another solid tournament will enhance his prospects of having his pick of clubs when he becomes a free agent, a route he is increasingly likely to take. "It is clear I have some desires," continued Wiltord. "But I haven't played for 50 clubs, only three - Rennes, Bordeaux and Arsenal. "I like stability and I am working with affection. It is true that now I have been at Arsenal for four years perhaps I will take advantage of the fact I will be free to follow several trails and possibilities. "But I am thinking a lot of making a good choice because there are a lot of teams like Arsenal. "At first, I will think of having a good season for my club and then at Euro 2004. Then, if it goes smoothly, you will get what you deserve."