People took my top-four finishes for granted - Wenger

With a contract at the Ligue 1 club running out in 2018, this summer could be the France international's last in the capital, and, at 29, seems like the flawless time to try his hand at football outside his home country.

Arsene Wenger's backroom staff at Arsenal are growing fearful of their future at the club as the Gunners prepare for major changes this summer, The Daily Mail reports.

He said: "I have answered that question many times". "I can understand because football is free for everybody to have opinions so you cannot stop that. Don't worry, you will get that (answer) soon".

Arsenal have won two FA Cup in that same time but never finished outside the top four. "I love this club", Wenger told television reporters at the Emirates Stadium.

"I think, really, he's done a wonderful job here at Arsenal".

"Look, I'm not in politics".

"I have done it for 20 years and it looks like nothing but I'm pleased people realise that it is not as easy as it looks". Like Pep Guardiola said "to achieve a top four in England is a trophy".

"It is certainly serious", Wenger said at his Tuesday afternoon news conference ahead of Wednesday night's Premier League fixture against West Ham United.

"The experience will pay a part of course but we have to stick together and continue to fight", he said.

"We have many games in April, we need to have everyone on board and to work like we did against Manchester City, then we have a chance".

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Fans have staged numerous protests against the Frenchman and "Wenger out" banners have become commonplace at both home and away games in recent weeks.

"It's not about majority or minority".

West Ham's Slaven Bilic is another manager feeling the pressure after a run of six games without a win, the last four of which have ended in defeat including Saturday's loss at relegation-threatened Hull City. I lead with the values I think are important in life. I am not scared and accept the judgement of the people. That's what you want to do.

Campbell has been sent to Australia on behalf of the club to drum up support for Arsenal's pre-season tour Down Under.

That's why we ant the fans to stand behind the team.

"I wish just to dedicate my energy to football and the next game, and leave my own personal case out of the debate".

"I am professional and I have shown great loyalty in the past".

  • Julie Sanders