Still steadfastly refusing to reveal if he is staying or going at the end of the season the Frenchman insisted:
He has NO IDEA if his silence is unsettling his players.
He has NO IDEA why their recent travel sickness threatens to stop Arsenal qualifying for the Champions League next season for the first time in the 21 years he has been at the helm.
He has NO IDEA if Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil will sign new contracts – because he hasn't directly spoken to them about it!
Wenger defiantly dug his heels in again over everything from his own future to those of at least two of his star players, and to why they are now in such a pickle by Arsenal standards.
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Arsene Wenger admits he has no idea why Arsenal are struggling
Then he risked a potential clash with Sanchez and Ozil by challenging them to play " like top sportsmen" and fulfill their contractual obligations until the last kick of the season.
The man who has brought such uninterrupted success to the club for more than two decades admitted he didn't know why things now appear to have gone so pear shaped.
But he called on his players to "perform no matter what the circumstances are around you" as they face another fierce challenge from relegation threatened Middlesbrough tomorrow night.
Wenger went on: "In last three months there has been no consistency – especially away from home. We have not performed and it is difficult to analyse why."
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But he appears certain about at least a couple of key things – he doesn't think he should get all the blame or that him keeping quiet about his own contract has played a part in the Gunners surprise slide to sixth place
"I don’t know if uncertainty off the pitch breeds uncertainty in the team and performance," he admitted. "But what is for sure is the results are not we expect them to be."
Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil are still yet to clarify their futures
Wenger then brushed aside Ozil's apparent insistence on wanting to know what the manager is going to do before he signs a new deal, with a thinly veiled insistence that the German should "perform till the last day of contract. That is how I see it.
“We have to focus on what is important – and that is what happens on the pitch. Top-level sportsmen have to be like that."
He revealed that he has remained tight lipped over his own future despite the players quizzing him about it.
"They communicate of course," he said. "But I think the most important thing we speak about is the next game."
Wenger said he didn't know if Sanchez in particular had been unsettled by a combination of Wenger's silence and continuing speculation linking the Chilean with a move to Manchester City or Chelsea next season.
And he added: "He is not directly involved, we do not speak with him. We speak with his agent."