Arsene Wenger finally reveals when he will leave Arsenal

Arsenal beat Hull 2-0 at the Emirates Stadium, with Sanchez scoring both goals for the hosts.

"So sometimes I am exhausted, yes, but I didn't give any indication of my future".

Wenger confirmed he had spent time with Wright in a small group of "four or five" people on Thursday at a question-and-answer session put on for the corporate fans from the Emirates Stadium's swanky Diamond Club.

'But I didn't give any indication about my future'.

Sanchez later wrapped up a 2-0 victory from the penalty spot in stoppage-time after Tigers midfielder Sam Clucas was sent off for handling on the line, but it's his controversial opener which is sure to dominate headlines for days to come.

"So I am sorry".

Arsenal have fallen 12 points off the pace after successive losses against Watford and leaders Chelsea, while Liverpool are a point further back following a dismal sequence of five league games without victory.

But there was controversy regarding the first goal by Alexis Sanchez on 34 minutes.

However the Frenchman was adamant he will not leave when his contract is up at the end of the season, saying: "I don't know what Ian said". "Despite his great job with the north Londeners, I am now unsure whether it is good decision for the club or not", he said talkSPORT.

Hector Bellerin was given the green light to resume full training today after suffering concussion against Chelsea last week but Arsene Wenger is expected to make a late decision over his involvement tomorrow.

"I could not see even from the stand any weakness in Hull, physically they are strong, they are well-organized and good spirit".

"There are some other goals that we conceded, like at Man City, that nobody said that it was offside", Wenger said. Wenger insisted his team will fight until the end and said he is not focused on what their rivals are doing. I feel that he will go at the end of the season.

"Of course I am not happy and I think we didn't deserve this result", the Portuguese said.

Amid mounting dissent within Arsenal's fanbase, Wenger has urged everyone associated with the club to rally behind his team ahead of tomorrow's home game against Marco Silva's revitalised Hull. "Of course, the result is not good for us".

United dominated the first half and had their reward in the 32nd minute when Juan Mata side-foooted them in front, before Anthony Martial's third goal of the season doubled the advantage on the hour.

  • Julie Sanders