France boosted their chances of making the 2018 World Cup in Russia with a 3-1 win over Luxembourg on Saturday.
They are aiming to win the tournament after missing out on the final of Euro 2016.
But Arsenal manager Wenger has no doubt that France will dominate for years to come.
Arsene Wenger believes France will dominate football for years to come
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And the Gunners boss also believes they are home to the best players in the world.
"I'm convinced, maybe because I'm French, but at the moment the best players in the world are in France,” he told BeIN SPORTS.
"The upcoming force in international football for me is France.
“You find top quality players in France now like you had in Brazil twenty years ago. Every corner you can find a player who can play for the national team basically.
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“When you look at players like (Tiemoue) Bakayoko, (Alexandre) Lacazette, who are not even selected, that was not the case 10 years ago.
“When you see the names that Deschamps has to select it is a nightmare to pick the best 20 and get that down to the best 11.
“That is not a problem that they have in Spain.
“Germany are still there, but maybe a little bit less strong than they were in Brazil.
"That's why I think France has an exceptional potential and maybe could take over."