Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has admitted that the thought of retiring makes him edgy.
The 65-year-old has occupied the Gunners hot-seat since since 1996 and established himself as a club legend, winning three Premier League titles and six FA Cups.
As Arsenal’s last Premier League title win was back in 2004, some frustrated fans have grown impatient and called for the Frenchman to stand down.
While Wenger concedes that he does think about retirement from time to time, the Gunners guru says he tries to avoid such thoughts.
Wenger was responding to comparisons made between him and former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson, who stepped aside in 2013.
“Retirement? Yes, it crosses my mind but for not longer than five seconds because I panic a bit,” he told reporters.
“When we played at United, Ferguson met me. I said: ‘Come on, you don’t miss it?’ He said: ‘No.’ He had enough.”
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