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Arsene Wenger has revealed he wants to leave a legacy behind when he finally retires for coaching Arsenal.
Wenger took the helms of affairs at Arsenal in 1996 and is now the longest serving coach in Europe.
Speaking to Arsenal to official website,
“I do my job and one day someone will replace me. That is part of life and as long as you have done well and given your best [that is what matters],” Wenger said.
“That is what I try to do. I try to do my best and leave this club in the best shape so the guy coming after me will have good potential to work with.
“I feel privileged to have the confidence of the club for such a long time. On the other hand, I work seven days a week with full commitment.
“I’m not part time and since I have been here I have given full commitment and that is all I can do.