"It's a good feeling to win our last home game of the season".
"I am grateful for having had the privilege to serve the club for so many memorable years", Wenger said.
Wenger confirmed he had committed to Arsenal for five years despite knowing his spending powers were going to be restricted at a time when Manchester City were joining Chelsea as Premier League superpowers.
'We've gone via a season of ups and downs however they've at all times created one thing particular and I would really like that to return out within the final sport by the way in which we play it.
Silva was signed by Wenger in 2002 and spent six seasons under the former Nagoya Grampus and Monaco boss, winning the Premier League and FA Cup, while the Brazilian was a Champions League runner-up with Arsenal in 2005-06. "If even they had won the Europa League they would have asked for someone new because that's football". We should have been done after the first game'. But the Emirates will stand as a large part of Wenger's legacy as he was instrumental in helping the club build their shiny new 60,000-seater home.
"It's a bit odd for me [that it's his last news conference]. It's unbelievable they haven't got a point away this year", Merson told Sky Sports. "I am fascinated by India, I don't know why, but I have never been in India", he said. The outgoing Arsenal boss believes Europe's elite clubs will fight for the introduction of a continental, weekend league to challenge the success of the English top flight.
Since his arrival in January, he's scored nine goals and contributed four assists in just 12 Premier League appearances and has become a fan favourite with the Arsenal contingent. If you want to make it more attractive, you have to go down to 16 and make a real competition of it.
"They will say 'people want to watch quality, so why should we have to share the money?'"