Arsenal manager has retirated his desire to remain the manager of Arsenal insisting he wouldn’t walk away from the club despite calls from a section of the clubs fans.
Wenger’s deal expires at the end of the season but he has come under pressure in recent months following disappointing performances on the pitch, which has also seen them exit the Champions League.When asked about his future,speaking at his press conference ahead of the West Brom clash said: “I do not want to comment on that.I always respect my contract”.The Gunners face a battle to secure Champions League qualification with fifth-placed Manchester United just four points behind.Supporters have vented their discontent with the manager by displaying banners, which were seen in the 3-3 draw at West Ham this month, urging the Frenchman to leave the club but Wenger has insisted his main focus is to secure third place and he has been pleased with his side’s performances despite drawing their last two matches against West Ham and Crystal Palace.
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“It is important of course. We want to win our games, instead of focusing on the table I think it is very important to focus on the process and quality of what we do.At the moment that is frustrating as there is a lot of quality in our game, but we have not exactly got the wins that we wanted. We have to focus on that. We are not there yet. We want to finish as high as we can. It is not a consolation, it is about getting the best out of the team and focusing and giving everything in every single game. We need to show we have the mental level to compete until the end”.
The French man whose contract expires at the end of the season is hoping to sign a contract that would keep him at the club for some time despite the calls for him to be sacked.