The Arsenal manager signed a new two-year contract Wednesday, the Premier League club announced on its website. "It's what the fans, players, staff, manager and board expect and we won't rest until that is achieved".
"We're driving along Highbury Hill and Arsene Wenger is walking to the stadium carrying a box, and so we stopped. He has a fantastic track record and has our full backing".
'I've got a nasty feeling Arsene Wenger will walk away from the Arsenal job today - and leave the club totally in the lurch, ' Wright wrote for The Sun. "This is a two-year deal so we are looking at at least the next two years".
"This is a strong group of players and with some additions we can be even more successful. Until this season, the 20 years in the Champions League, I think he's a guy that's brought the club forward to a world status and we should recognise that".
"I was lucky that, at United, I had Bobby Charlton and Martin Edwards who believed in what I was doing, and they supported me really strongly".
Nine wins from their final 10 matches saw the Gunners turn what looked like a disappointing season into a somewhat positive one with Saturday's FA Cup success moving Arsenal ahead of Manchester United as the most successful team in the competition's history.
Although Arsenal reached the Champions League final the following season, losing to Barcelona after taking an early lead in Paris, a fourth-place finish in the league - the first time Wenger had finished outside the top two in a full season - was a sign of things to come. "Our goal is to compete for and win trophies here and in Europe".
Wenger orchestrated the most famous season in Arsenal's history in 2003-04, as his "Invincibles" team went through the whole Premier League season without defeat to win the title. Wenger was still winning FA Cups and until this season he had always got in the top four, but now that's changed.
Already, though, Wenger has had his first setback of the new season after Santi Cazorla had to go back under the knife on Monday for the eighth time to fix his ankle. It would have been a similar position to where Manchester United found itself in 2013 when Alex Ferguson chose to retire after 26 years in charge, with United struggling to recapture its standing at domestic and European level.