Arsene Wenger has revealed that despite signing a new two year deal in the summer, his performance will be reviewed by the Arsenal board at the end of the season, prompting fresh speculation over his future, The Independent reports.
After winning his third FA Cup in four years, Wenger signed a new deal to extend his 21 year reign by a further two years.
Last season the Gunners finished outside the top four for the first time in Wenger’s tenure and the campaign was troubled by off the field protests against the manager’s continued time at the club.
At the club’s annual general meeting, Wenger said he would “see where I go from there,” on the scheduled post-season assessment”.
He added, “I am 21 years at the club and I want to feel that I do well, and see what the board thinks of my performance.
“After that we decide where we go from there. But of course my desire has always been to respect my contracts.
“I must tell you, my hunger, my commitment is bigger than ever,” the 68-year-old added. “But I will accept that of course when you have been at the club a long time, everybody questions that.
“I question myself a lot, don’t worry, to be better every single day.”
In an interview with the Daily Telegraph, Arsenal’s majority shareholder, Stan Kronke, said he was delighted with the job Wenger is doing but admits the club can do better.