And Wenger, who has long ben a target of Real Madrid presidentFlorentino Perez, is likely to commit to another three years at theclub even if they fail in their quest to win a trophy this season.
The 61-year-old manager, who will have been at Arsenal for 14 yearsthis autumn but won his last silverware - the FA Cup - in 2005, isunlikely to leave the club until his current crop of young players wina trophy. Arsenal beat Wolves 1-0 yesterday to stay in the title race.
Wenger said: 'This summer or in the autumn we will talk. My personalfuture will depend on the capacity to win trophies but also on whetherthis team is improving year after year, because we are still very, veryyoung. Ideally I would not want to leave without this generationwinning a trophy.'
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