After being down with flu and out of action in the last two games, Nigerian worldwide, Alex Iwobi, returned to action for Arsenal on Saturday in the English Premier League.
"You will soon know", he said teasingly, after a 3-1 defeat to West Bromwich Albion at The Hawthorns saw his team lose further ground in the battle to finish in the top four.
The 67-year-old continues to divide opinion among Arsenal supporters. Our output against Everton was as good as any output we've achieved this year. How soon? "Very soon, but I'm not necessarily anxious about my future right now, when we are in a unique bad patch where we haven't been for 20 years".
The unceratinty comes as some fans paid to have a fly past protest during the game at The Hawthornes.
"No Contract #Wenger Out" the banner read, and the fans sent their message loud and clear to the Arsenal board.
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All three goals were scored in the first 11 minutes. "There was one tackle and they went insane when they didn't even need a physio on the pitch".
"We're bitterly disappointed and we're sorry to the fans", he told Sky Sports.
He is out of contract at the end of the campaign and now knows whether he is willing to rebuild his squad after a disappointing run.
A 10-2 aggregate defeat against Bayern Munich in the Champions League badly damaged Wenger's standing while the setback on Saturday was their fourth loss in five top-flight matches and leaves them sixth in the table.
"We have a big fight and it will be very hard now (to finish in the top four) but there is no other way than fighting and going down to the last game of the season and then if it is not good enough we have to take the consequences".
Arsenal face Manchester City away from home at the start of April and a huge improvement is needed if anything positive is to come from that match- and all we can do is identify the things we learned from this horror result. There are many big games.
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That includes the Clean Power Plan, which restricts greenhouse gas emissions at coal-fired power plants. Supreme Court has interpreted to require regulation of greenhouse gases, will remain in effect.
"I made a decision to take him off and his ankle doesn't look good", Wenger said. Subs: David Ospina (for Cech, 38): 5, Olivier Giroud (for Walcott, 65): 4, Alex Iwobi (for Sanchez, 78): 4.
Alexis Sanchez's 22nd goal of the season pulled Arsenal level after Craig Dawson gave the hosts an early lead from a corner.
"He stayed on, but in the second half he was not himself so I made a decision to take him off".
Former Arsenal striker Thierry Henry delivered a damning verdict on the team's performance.
"I don't worry", he said after Saturday's loss.
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