Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has admitted that he will be at the North London club until the end of next season and will only then make a decision on his future.
The Frenchman has been a revolutionary force at the Emirates Stadium over a prolonged period with the Gunners, but the Arsenal fans are split over what direction the club should move in.
A section remain loyal to the former Monaco boss, who has led the North London side to the Champions League final and made them English champions twice.
However, another group of Gunners fans believe that it is time for change, with Arsenal missing out on major silverware over the last couple of campaigns.
Wenger has stated that he has the club’s best interests at heart and will wait until the end of the 2016-17 season before making a decision on what to do.
“I will wait very late, yes,” Sky Sports quote him as saying.
“It’s not about me, it’s about the club. My role is just to serve the club as well as I can and after see where I stand and where the club is.
“I have to forget about myself even if people who want to create unrest don’t. I will continue to give my absolute best to do well next season and then after that, we’ll see.”
Arsenal will hope to finish second in the Premier League but could drop to fourth dependent on their result against Aston Villa on Sunday.