Arsene Wenger has revealed his Arsenal future will be reviewed at the end of the season.

Gunners boss Wenger signed a new two year deal at the end of last term and is aiming to see out his contract.
But he said: “I have been at the club 21 years and I want to feel I do well and see what the board thinks of my performance and after that we decide where we go.
“My desire is always to respect my contracts and that’s what I want.”
Speaking during Thursday’s AGM, he said: “I must tell you, my hunger, my commitment is bigger than ever. But I accept when you have been a long time at a club everyone questions that.
“I question myself a lot to be better every day and I will sit down every year with my board to see where I go.”
“But I would just like to assure you my hunger to be successful with this club is absolutely huge and no matter what happens one day I will always love this club forever and be an eternal fan.”
Wenger also issued a rallying cry to supporters during a stormy meeting in which shareholders made clear their displeasure with the running of the club.


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