Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger, has refused to be drawn into what he will do after leaving the club this summer, as he began his emotional farewell with victory over West Ham.

Wenger, who will call time on his 22-year tenure with the Gunners this summer, kicked off his long goodbye with a comprehensive 4-1 win over the Hammers.

But, speaking to Sky Sports after the game, Wenger was coy about future coaching possibilities or a return to Arsenal in a different capacity.

“I don’t know [about another coaching job],” he said.

“At the moment my focus is where it’s always been, my loyalties to this club until the last day I’m here. We will see.

“I don’t know [about return to Arsenal in a different capacity]. That does not depend on me.

“I have accumulated a knowledge and history for this club. Look at the number of Premier League, European Cup, FA Cup games we have played together.

“We have built a history and a solid foundation. If you look at the club when I arrived I think we have gone a good way together,” he added.

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Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger, has refused to be drawn into what he will do after leaving the club this summer, as he began his emotional farewell with victory over West Ham. Wenger, who will call time on his 22-year tenure with the Gunners this summer, kicked off his long goodbye...