Hector Bellerin insists he sees his immediate future with Arsenal amid reports linking him with a transfer in the summer.
The Frenchman will leave the club at the end of the current campaign after 22 years in charge of the Gunners, but his last season won't end in a blaze of glory. If I was really objective then I would pick myself every week.
Wenger says "for sure I will be active". My brain demands work and is active. And I have a huge experience in management and the subtlety of people management. What will I do?
Asked about whether he might be ready to move on Bellerin said in an interview with Mr Porter: 'I don't know what to say - football always changes.
Wenger said the Arsenal board had not spoken to him about it but believes "the earlier the better" over the timing of the appointment. There's a good spirit, a good basis.
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"We need two or three additions and this team will compete for the championship next year".
When pushed on whether he would approve of either Allegri or former Barcelona boss Enrique, Wenger added: "I know these guys are very competent and all good names".
Arsenal wrap up the season against Leicester City on Wednesday and Huddersfield Town on Sunday.
Wenger was hoping to finish his reign with success by winning his first European trophy, but his side were knocked out of the Europa League by Atletico Madrid at the semi-final stage.
It was widely reported that the 26-year-old rejected Arsenal's previous contract offer, which, due to his well-documented injury struggles, featured a cut to his basic wage and was largely based on appearance incentives.