Arsene Wenger remained confident of his position at Arsenal, saying he had “no doubt” that he would be back next season.
Currently in his 19th season in charge at the club, some believe this could be his last as it looks like another year in which the Gunners will fail to become Premier League champions.
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Unrest at the Emirates has been at a high over the past few weeks with Arsenal knocked out of the Champions League and FA Cup while sitting 11 points below league-leaders Leicester.
After such a long tenure in London, many have called for a new face to come in and try to rejuvenate the side next year, although that is a notion Wenger disagrees with.
I think that the criticism during the season is not very welcome when you’re fighting for the championship.You have to deal with that.
I have my conscience. What is most important is I give my best every day for the club I love.
I have no doubt [I will be back next year]. I am committed, when I do something, I do it 100 percent. I’m always committed to giving my best for as long as I am at the club.
Wenger came to Arsenal in 1996 and won three Premier League titles in his first eight seasons with the club. However, the Gunners have been unable to get over the hump since, finishing either third or fourth in the league each of the past 10 seasons, with that streak likely to rise to 11 come May.