Arsene Wenger has finally declared his intentions as manager of Arsenal football club in response to the current unrest among frustrated fans.
The future of the Frenchman, who only has one year remaining on his contract at the club, has been questioned by many following a mid-season collapse from Arsenal which has seen them go from favourites to win the Premier League to falling 11 points adrift of leaders Leicester City.
However, after celebrating 20 seasons in charge of the Gunners, Wenger insists he is “100 per cent” committed to staying at the Emirates stadium.
Asked if he would be Arsenal manager next season, Wenger said: “I have no doubt because I am committed. When I do something, I do it 100 per cent. I’m always committed to give my best as long as I am at the club.
“I believe in life you should focus on what you’re appointed for and I’m appointed to perform and do the best for my club. That’s all I focus on.”
“I think that the criticism during the season is not very welcome when you fight for the championship, especially after the game against Tottenham where we were a bit unlucky,” he added.