Wenger fears Arsenal won't realise potential at Emirates stadium

The long-serving French manager will leave the club at the end of the season after 22 years in charge after what has been a poor season for Arsenal.

The Frenchman, who is leaving the Gunners at the end of the season after almost 22 years in charge, believes it will take over from the English Premier League (EPL) on weekends, with domestic matches being relegated to midweek.

Wenger feels the Gunners will never see the full benefit of the move from Highbury.

"But I would say personally from 2006 to 2015 it was certainly the period where I needed to be the strongest and did the best job".

"When I was growing up I always wanted to watch Arsenal because of him", Mooy said. "Not the most glamorous maybe, but the most hard".

But that was impossible after Arsenal's dismal run left them languishing in sixth in the Premier League amid growing fan unrest at Wenger's failure to win the title since 2004.

Arsene Wenger believes it is "inevitable" that a 'European Super League will soon be introduced - and that the Premier League will suffer as a result.

"That was one of the requests they had", he said.

Messrs Dych and Howe, two of the most talented young managers in the league, can split the shares here.

They have scored three goals in their last nine league matches.

Wenger's achievements ensure he will be synonymous with Arsenal for generations to come, even if recent seasons have somewhat tainted his legacy.

His stubborn refusal to give way to a new era is the root cause of their predicament according to large portions of the Emirates faithful.

"I have some work to do in France (next week) on Monday, Tuesday. I'm anything but ready and for me personally, this experience we have had in the last season will help me to be better in the future".

"Arsene, who is a very tall man, leaned across, nearly towering over me, and simply said, "I am sure you will find a way".

At a press conference, the Frenchman told reporters: "The players' attitude was great last night".

Wenger has previously said he will continue working in football but won't make a decision until this summer.

Huddersfield have been in fine form, but the relief from staying up could take the edge off against an Arsenal side motivated to give Wenger a fond farewell. "It is a pleasant surprise".

Iheanacho is hoping for more action and goals after leading his side to victory over Arsenal.

  • Julie Sanders