Arsene Wenger has agreed a three-year contract extension at Arsenal, the BBC are reporting.

The Frenchman’s future at the club had been in doubt, despite the Gunners lifting their first piece of silverware for nine years when they beat Hull in the FA Cup final two weeks ago.

The BBC believe he has agreed a new deal that will keep him at the Emirates Stadium until 2017.

Wenger had refused to comment on speculation that he was planning on resigning following the FA Cup final at Wembley, regardless of the outcome, and steered away from questions of his intentions in his post match comments.

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And he’s now put those rumours to be by committing himself to the North London club, where he has been in charge since 1996, racking up over 1,000 games.

Wenger also secured a seventeenth consecutive season in the Champions League by finishing in the Premier League’s top-four last term.