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Arsene Wenger is adamant that Arsenal will not be his last job in football.
The Frenchman has been in charge of the Gunners since 1996 and has led them to three league titles and seven FA Cups.
He is under pressure to keep his job following a miserable campaign.
Arsenal are currently sixth in the Premier League and are in danger of missing out of Champions League football for the second season running.
Fan resentment is at an all-time high and Wenger could leave this summer, despite signing a two-year contract extension last year.
But the 68-year-old is determined to keep working in football, even if his time at the Emirates does come to an end.
“Yes, of course,” he told beIN Sports when asked if he wanted to manage after Arsenal.
“As long as I have the physical strength and the desire to do it.
“I know that depends on my physical status and how well I am mentally.
“It’s a decision I’ll have to make at some stage.
“At the moment I live in the present and I just want to do as well as I can for my club and I don’t worry too much what happens to me.
“You don’t stay 22 years at a club the stature of Arsenal without a total complete commitment and the sacrifice of your life.
“That will not change today until the end of the season, until the end of my contract, if I can I will do that. After I don’t know what I will do.”
Following the international break, Arsenal return to action on Sunday with a clash against struggling Stoke.