Wenger: I can shout at the next Arsenal manager

EPL By: Ambrose Udeme | 07/05/2018

Wenger makes Arsenal admission before last home game

Wenger will be an Arsenal fan a week from now Arsene as he appeared more ready than ever to move on to his new relationship with the club he has forged in his image.

Wenger took charge of his final game at the ground and bade it farewell in superb style, his Arsenal side romping to a 5-0 win over Burnley with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang at the vanguard.

After dodging more questions about who the club's next manager might be, and what he may do next himself, Wenger said how strange it often felt as a football manager to be asked frequently how he was feeling.

"I think I played 840 Premier League games. Do you know what that means, how many sleepless nights?.

"You learn to disconnect from yourself. You don't analyse anymore how you feel. After such a long time in the job and people ask you, 'How do you feel?', you think: 'Why does he ask me that? I don't know how I feel!'.

"I have to learn to reconnect with myself now that I have a bit more time.

"I would be happy to sit in the North Bank, but it depends if I work somewhere else or not, or in the job I do will I be free on the day Arsenal play.

"If you can offer me a ticket for the North Bank - you know what the positive of that is: I can shout at the next manager!" Wenger said on Europsport