Arsene Wenger has reiterated his commitment to Arsenal after again ruling out the possibility of joining Real Madrid in the summer.
Wenger, 59, insists he remains 100 per cent focused on the Gunners despite coming under fire from some quarters on the back of a fourth successive trophyless season.
The criticism of the Frenchman has coincided with fresh reports suggesting that Wenger is again wanted by the Spanish giants, but the long-serving Gunners boss has dismissed any talk of leaving the Emirates Stadium.
Wenger, who remains under contract at Arsenal until summer 2011, told Arsenal TV Online: "I have shown my commitment always to this club, in good and in bad times and in the worst times, but I don't think that people can question my commitment.
"I do not have to repeat every week exactly the same thing."
However, Wenger has refused to categorically deny rumours linking Emmanuel Adebayor with a move away from the north London club.
Both Chelsea and AC Milan have been linked with moves for the £20million Togo international on the back of an inconsistent season.
"The only thing I can say is that Adebayor is under contract and he's with Arsenal - and that's it," said Wenger when asked about the future of the striker.