The Frenchman would like to stay on at the club beyond the summer.
There has been much speculation surrounding Arsene Wenger’s future as Arsenal manager as the Frenchman’s current contract expires in the summer.
However, the 64-year-old has given the biggest indication yet that he would like to extend his stay in north London beyond 18 years.
“My commitment is full. I do not want to look somewhere else. I want to stay here. There shouldn’t be any uncertainty at all,” Wenger was quoted by the Daily Express.
The boss celebrated 1,000 games in charge of the Gunners on Saturday against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, although things could have gone better for the visitors after a 6-0 humiliation.
Many think that the humbling defeat rules Wenger’s side out of the Premier League title race for another season and that means unless they win the FA Cup – in which they are in the semi-finals – then it will be a ninth successive year without a trophy.
Despite that the managerial veteran has achieved great things with the club since taking charge in 1996 and is a highly respected figure at the Emirates Stadium.
During that time Wenger has won three league titles, four FA Cups and guided the team to their first ever Champions League final in 2005/06.
Since the retirement of Manchester United legend Sir Alex Ferguson almost 12 months ago, the former AS Monaco head coach is now the longest serving manager in English football.
Yet the lack of silverware in recent times is concerning some fans and many think a new boss is needed at the Emirates.
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