"I've said many times that my priority has always been Arsenal Football Club and I have to assess how well I do until the end of the season".
"This has always been my club", Wenger, who will celebrate 20 years at Arsenal on Saturday, told reporters.
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"The board, to stick by me", he answered when asked who had helped him the most since 1996, per Hamish Mackay of the Daily Mirror.
Arsene Wenger says African players have had a huge impact on his career as a football manager highlighting Kanu, Kolo Toure and George Weah as three of his favourites. We have shown for years that we can have a good togetherness at the club.
But there appears to be every chance the Frenchman will extend his stay as Arsenal coach beyond the end of the season as he said: "What influences me the most is the fact that I feel I do well and I can move this team forward".
Pires, 42, spent six years working under his compatriot, between 2000 and 2006, winning the Premier League title twice, including the 2003-04 "Invincibles" season in which the Gunners did not lose a single game. That's my dream. I want fans to enjoy what they see.
Wenger insists he just wants to focus on getting the best out of his Arsenal squad this season but has hinted the England role is something that interests him.
Foxes boss Claudio Ranieri said: " I know they are speaking and Craig is fantastic with us and the FA.
You want it to keep going and last forever.
Very few however would have expected this surprise appointment to change the English game as much as it did.
According to Silva, Arsenal fans could be in for the biggest shock of their lives once Wenger leaves the club, The Sun reported.
"Coquelin (recovered) much quicker because his knee ligament wasn't damaged as we originally thought".
Presenting Wenger with his commemorative vase, Keswick said: "This is a very small thank you for 20 years of wonderful association as far as Arsenal Football Club is concerned". Nevertheless, that shouldn't stop the FA from asking the question, as he could very well be the ideal all-round manager to lead England into the World Cup in two years time.