|Arsene Wenger not feeling the pressure at Arsenal (Picture: Getty)|
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has admitted he is not feeling the pressure to add to his trophy collection before stepping down as manager. After celebrating 20 years in charge of the Gunners this week, the Frenchman has spoken in great depth about his time at the club, where he is surely guaranteed legendary status.
Wenger is already the most successful and longest-serving manager in Arsenal’s history, but some fans have called for his head in recent years due to a less successful second ten years of his reign.
Still, Wenger feels comfortable that when he eventually does leave the club, he will be remembered for his entire two decades in charge, rather than just the last few years.
‘I am not obsessed by that (winning another trophy),’ he said. ‘Would (Alex) Ferguson have not have gone out on a high after the history? ‘Time makes a difference with what the guy has done. He would still be the same great manager had he not gone out on a high. You don’t just keep the last year.’
Still, the 66-year-old insists his hunger to keep on delivering silverware is still there, adding: ‘I want to win absolutely everything and play the perfect game in every single game, that is my dream – get people to enjoy what they see, and the players to enjoy what they do.’