Gunners fans turned on Wenger after a second Premier League defeat in a row left their title bid in tatters.
Neville slammed the protests as ridiculous, instisting Wenger is still the right man for the job.
"I walked out the Chelsea ground yesterday and there was a couple of these Arsenal fan TV camera things everywhere and to be honest it was embarrassing listening to it and watching it," he said.
Gary Neville is willing to go on Arsenal Fan TV
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger's future is in doubt
Fans reflect on Arsenal's woeful defeat to Chelsea
Sat, February 4, 2017
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Arsenal fans reflect in their woeful defeat to Chelsea on Saturday
"I was watching Chelsea fans take the mickey out of them which was a bit funny and I was watching Arsenal fans slating and slanging into him [Wenger] and I thought to myself, he doesn't deserve that, that's the one thing he doesn't deserve – he's done an unbelievable job."
Fans have since called out the Manchester United legend – demanding he face the music on Arsenal's fan television channel.
And Neville has taken to Twitter to confirm he's willing to make a guest appearance.
"Be happy to…" he replied to a fan when asked whether he would go on Arsenal Fan TV.
Chelsea ran riot as Arsenal were swept aside at Stamford Bridge
AFTV then said: "The balls in Gary's court.
"We'd welcome him to come and state his opinion as we respect all opinions."
Arsenal will be aiming to make amends for their recent defeats when they go up against Hull on Saturday (12.30pm).
However, they face a Hull side high on confidence after picking up four points from two games against Manchester United and Liverpool.