Arsene Wenger today confirmed that he will see out his contract at Arsenal and then make a decision on his future at a later date.
The Frenchman's current contract runs out in the summer of 2014, which means he will be at the club next season. Talking after his side's Champions League exit, Wenger confirmed that he always respects his contracts and that he will see his out at the Emirates.
Wenger told beIn sport: "I still have desire.
"I am under contract until 2014 and I am used to fulfilling my contracts."
Wenger's reputation has come under a lot of scrutiny and even more so in the last few months as his side have been knocked out of all cup competitions and also face a struggle to achieve a top four finish.
With the club under-achieving so much in recent and having not won a trophy for coming up eight seasons now, a lot of fans and pundits are calling for Wenger's head and believe it's time to move on and leave the club after being there since 1996.
Its currently unknown what the distant future will hold for the Gunners, but for now Wenger will carry on leading the team , just like he's done for the previous 16 years.
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