Arsene Wenger has claimed he is fully focused on getting Arsenal back to winning ways
Arsene Wenger is yet to reveal his Arsenal plans despite claiming weeks ago he had reached a decision on his future.
Supporters have been pushing for the Frenchman to go, with protests becoming commonplace at the Emirates.
However, despite the calls for him to leave, the 67-year-old has remained tight-lipped about what he will do in the summer.
When asked if anything had changed regarding his future, Wenger replied: "Nothing."
And the long-serving manager also shrugged off reports suggesting there was unrest in the Arsenal boardroom.
Arsene Wenger has claimed he was angry after Arsenal's 3-0 defeat to Crystal Palace
The club's majority shareholder Stan Kroenke has equally come under fire in recent weeks, with fans accusing him of being too distant from the club.
However, Wenger has insisted his relationship with the owner is unchanged and he has not noticed a division in the board.
“Our relationship has always been the same, it has not changed," Wenger added.
“I don’t know [about board unrest]. What happens above is not up to me.”
And the Frenchman instead insisted his focus is fully on helping Arsenal qualify for next season's Champions League.
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The Gunners are off the pace this term and are seven points shy of fourth-placed Manchester City.
Monday night's 3-0 humiliation at the hands of Crystal Palace further dented their hopes of catching the pack.
And Wenger has claimed he was furious after the result and wants to see his players bounce back against Middlesbrough on Monday night (8pm).
"What I focus on is what is important for me – the performance of the team," he added.
“[It was] not very enjoyable, as you know. Bad moments are part of our job. You focus to prepare and make sure you respond.
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“To play with restriction and the handbrake doesn’t help. We are under pressure to deliver and the best way to do that is to play with freedom and accept the risk.
“We were beaten. You have to face reality and respond. You can win, lose or draw but what we want to do is play with commitment and belief.”
And when asked about how he felt after the Palace result, he admitted he was angry.
"I think at the moment it is important I do talk not too much about what we do internally," Wenger said.
"But of course you cannot be not angry after Crystal Palace."