Alexis Sanchez Arsenal's Wenger says only one London team worth playing for

Arsenal chairman Sir Chips Keswick said recently the club's season had been "rather disappointing" but did not offer any clarification about Wenger's future.

Arsene Wenger has refused to blame Arsenal's poor run on the uncertainty over his future, claiming it would be an "easy excuse".

"It's quite hard being around the training ground because the tension is running very, very high just with the pure fact no-one knows whether Wenger is going or staying".

Having had a two-week worldwide break to fix things after a 3-1 loss at West Bromwich Albion last time out, Wenger desperately needs one of his big names to step up against City. "I hope the club will find an agreement with them", Wenger told reporters on Thursday. "Our job is to perform - can you perform despite that?"

"I think he needs to make a decision just for the pure love of the club", Smith added. "Now I think it's 400 million".

"I interpret that in a very positive way - there is only one team in London, so he's happy", Wenger said with a smile.

"My attachment to this club, at the moment it is as it is and I do not see any escape route to have less responsibilities because I might not be here". I think once you go into the final two or three months of the season, everybody's more focused on the end of the season. You defend on a corner no matter if your manager is has a one month or 10-year contract. No", Wenger said. "The priority in life is always to focus on what is important and not to look for excuses.

"He knows the players individually, he knows Arsene Wenger, he knows what we are facing on Sunday and he has already warned me it is going to be a really tough game". With the possession we had, we had not enough goal chances. We can still have to turn this around by the end of the season. You give yourself a moment to relax.

"It's not gone in the way we expected but it can still be an acceptable season".

Four of City's five league defeats this season have come away from home and they have not won away at a top four rival since defeating Manchester United 2-1 in early September. "I would prefer to face Arsenal after a lot of wins". "It depends on what soon means to you and what soon means for me".

The Frenchman is now enduring arguably the toughest few months in his two-decade tenure after seeing the Gunners crash out of the Champions League in embarrassing circumstances and drop out of the Premier League's top four. "I know how hard it will be".

"Not only because it's Arsenal but for its values and what this club means to people all over the world".

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