Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger not ‘scared’ by fan unrest

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says he is not “scared” by the fan unrest about his future and remains focused on his job.

And Wenger reiterated that there will be an announcement “soon” on whether he will remain at the club.

Wenger has been at Arsenal since 1996 but his contract expires at the end of the season and he has not yet revealed whether he will be signing a new one.

The Gunners boss has won three Premier League titles with Arsenal but the last was in 2004 and a section of fans have been campaigning for him to leave, in the wake of disappointing recent results which have left a top-four finish in doubt.

Asked at his media briefing on Tuesday morning if he was planning to stay, Wenger said: “I have answered that question many times.

“You ask again. Don’t worry, you will get that soon.”

The Gunners face West Ham at the Emirates on Wednesday night and Wenger says that match is his current concern, rather than the fans who want him to call time on his Gunners tenure.

“Honestly, I am professional and when you are professional you perform in ideal conditions and non-ideal conditions,” he added.

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