Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger insists Ian Wright's quit claims are not true
Wenger, whose side beat Hull 2-0, admitted seeing Wright on Thursday but added: "His remarks were not true. I don't know what he said. It was a question and answer session. I could be tired because I get up early in the morning and I finished late at night.
Wright revealed Wenger was going to quit Arsenal in the summer
"But I didn't give any indication about my future. Did you talk in private? No, it was questions and answers with members of the Diamond Club. That's in the evening. So there were many people there.
"We (Ian Wright) had a little dinner before but not the two of us, we were four or five.
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"Were you misinterpreted? I appreciate very much that you want me to rest absolutely but I'm not ready for that."
Wenger's contract expires this summer and there is still a huge question on whether he will continue following fan abuse.