Wenger does not rule out taking over England: "My priority is to do well here... if I am free one day, why not?"
Wenger, when asked about his future given his contract expires at the end of the season, said: "I don’t know. I have a passion for the game but I have the desire to be better tomorrow and yesterday.
"The way I manage today is not the same today as five years ago. How long can I do, I don’t know. I rule nothing out because I want to work and do well. I accept as well that it can finish tomorrow. You expect a love story to last forever."
More good news for Arsenal fans: “Aaron Ramsey should be available after the International break.”
Wenger: I want to work. I accept as well that it can finish tomorrow. It is a love story. A love story, you expect it to last for ever.— Jacob Steinberg (@JacobSteinberg) September 30, 2016
When asked who stuck by him the most during his two decades at the club, Wenger said, "The Board, to stick by me.
“I believe this club is brave. We have shown for years that we can have a good togetherness at the club. We keep our feet on the ground and fight together.”
Wenger confirms that Olivier Giroud will be out but has good news in that Francis Coquelin will be back sooner than expected.
"Giroud will be out. Coquelin is looking much better than we expected. He will have a test today but I think he will be short."
Wenger on his 20th anniversary at the club: "20 years I think it shows total commitment from the club and players in me. I’m very honoured for that, thankyou very much."
At Arsenal. Sir Chips Keswick has made presentation to Arsene Wenger on 20 years. "This club is brave, shown togetherness through the years"— John Cross (@johncrossmirror) September 30, 2016
At Colney. Presentation involving Sir Chips Keswick about to take place to mark Wenger's 20th anniversary in charge of Arsenal.— James Olley (@JamesOlley) September 30, 2016
Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger, will finish 20 years at the club tomorrow - an incredible feat for any manager in this highly competitive sport.