Arsene Wenger has given his biggest hint to date that he will remain with Arsenal beyond the end of his current contract.
The Frenchman's current deal runs out at the end of the season about to start, with rumours suggesting that Wenger might seek a new challenge after more than a decade in charge of the Gunners.
However, Wenger commented: "I do not want to be unsettling.
"I am highly committed to the club, I have shown that many, many times in my life and I don't think anybody can question that.
"We are talking and usually when we talk, there is always a positive outcome. At the moment nothing is done, but hopefully soon."
Gunners chairman Peter Hill-Wood had earlier told the club's official website: "Arsene Wenger is the man behind that style and, at the moment, his new contract is often being talked about.
"But I don't see any problems with the situation and I think it will be agreed in the not too distant future.
"I'm sure he's happy here and he's building a great team which is exciting for everyone.
"It's a young team, but actually now an experienced young team who've played a couple of seasons for us."