Arsene Wenger has maintained his reticent attitude about his Arsenal future following the Premier League clash with West Brom.
The Arsenal manager has faced serious scrutiny in recent weeks after the failures of his side in the Premier League and Champions League.
Protests calling for the Frenchman to leave Arsenal resumed on Saturday with a banner barring the message “Wenger Out” being flown by a plane before kick-off.
Arsenal’s 3-1 defeat to Tony Pulis side heaped more misery on the Gunners who look set to finish outside the top four for the first time in two decades.
And when asked about whether he would remain in charge of the team, Wenger revealed a confirmation will be made “very soon” about his future.
“Don’t worry, I know what I will do in my future so you will soon know, very soon,” the Frenchman said in his post-match interview
“You will see. Today I don’t necessarily worry about that. We are in a unique bad patch that we haven’t had in 20 years. We lose game after game at the moment, and that is more important for me than my future.
The Arsenal boss also admitted that any chances of keeping his record of always finishing in the top four are now very slim.
“We have a big fight and it will be very difficult now, but there is no other way than fighting and we must do it until the last game of the season. If it’s not good enough we take the consequences.” he added