Gunners boss reacts furiously to media quizzing about new deal.
A furious Arsene Wenger has denied reports that he is set to sign a new contract at Arsenal.
A report in The Sun newspaper on Monday claimed that the Frenchman was on the verge of agreeing a new two-year contract extension in North London.
But the Arsenal boss, whose side suffered a dismal FA Cup exit at home to Championship outfit Blackburn Rovers on Saturday, angrily insisted there is no truth in the rumours.
“That’s the wrong information,” the 63-year-old told a press conference on Monday.
“I’ve worked for 16 years in England and I deserve a bit more credit than wrong information that has only one intention: to harm.
“If it’s good information that comes from nowhere then it’s alright, but this is the wrong information that comes from nowhere and is completely wrong.
“I don’t know where the information comes from.”
The Gunners face a huge test on Tuesday when runaway Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich visit the Emirates Stadium for the first-leg of the Champions League last-16 showdown.
Wenger and his side have come in for huge criticism since Saturday’s loss and the Champions League now represents their only chance of ending an eight-year trophy drought this season.
The Arsenal boss insisted his players would not been picking up ahead of the Bavarians’ visit, however.
“We play against a good opponent but I trust our quality, I trust our spirit and I trust our mental strength, so see you tomorrow,” he said.
“We must play with belief tomorrow night. I believe in our quality. We are on a good run overall. It’s always difficult to take a distance with recent emotions but the fact is that in the last 11 games in the Premier League we’ve lost two.
“We’re on a good run in the Premier League and that gives some strength to the team. What we want to do is to play with that strength.”