"I think they're the team who have scored more goals than anybody else on set-pieces", he said. "I have talked enough about that", he said. "I've talked enough about that".
Arsenal have told Sky Sports that there is no truth to reports that he could leave the club this summer to manage in Turkey. You say anything these days and everybody takes it without checking any information. Everybody just takes and takes it and makes a subject.
Anti-Wenger Arsenal fans are planning to fly an aeroplane over The Hawthorns this weekend with a message for their manager and the Gunners board.
Barcelona have been locked in an increasingly desperate search for an attacking right-back since Dani Alves moved to Juventus past year.
Arsenal signed Bellerin from Barcelona's youth set-up and he has gone to make close to 100 appearances for the club despite being still just 21 years old.
Asked about whether he was aware of interest in Bellerin from the Catalan giants, Wenger replied: "No".
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Bellerin's terms remain unconfirmed but whilst Wenger may have meant an "unbelievable amount of years to go" at Arsenal, it's also suggested he could have a fair few years actually on his Arsenal contract. "Again it's very hard to take this thing seriously".
The Gunners boss has come under pressure in recent weeks after back-to-back losses to top-four rivals Chelsea and Liverpool on the road in the Premier League over the past month.
Arsene Wenger is the longest reigning Arsenal manager of all time and his accolades speak volumes about his ability.
"Success, it's not down to me to judge that", he added.
We put that exact question to Arsenal supporters earlier this week, asking which former stars they'd like to see return to the club during the next transfer window.