"I've already spoken to Vic, he knows".
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger courted headlines after the Gunners win over West Ham when he said the lack of unity among fans in recent seasons has been "hurtful" to the club.
Arsenal have now released a statement on Twitter indicating that Wenger was referring to the time of the announcement rather than the actual decision.
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"I am happy now we can all talk about his legacy and let's not forget that we still have to win the Europa League", said Arsenal's all-time top goalscorer Thierry Henry on the day Wenger announced his departure.
Arsenal's search for Wenger's replacement this summer has seen them linked with a wide range of managers from across Europe, but Wenger has endorsed the strategy of turning to an individual who learned their trade under the Frenchman. I don't know. I want to do as well as I can.
'Overall I must say that is their main strength'. I don't know if there a flawless goodbye. "He manages the speed of transitions at Arsenal - if he wants his team to play quickly he will get them playing quickly. I want to do it for them, to achieve something with them, because I believe they have a special mental quality and my biggest satisfaction would be to be successful together with the group of players I have". Two years ago, we finished second [in the Premier League]. The FA Cups have obviously been fantastic and you can't belittle them, but in terms of the league and Champions League we haven't looked anywhere near competing let alone winning.