Arsene Wenger has cast fresh doubt on his Arsenal future by admitting it would be interesting to work at Real Madrid.
The Gunners boss has been linked with the Spanish giants in the past but speculation has intensified recently as former Real president Florentino Perez looks set to return to the Bernabeu.
Wenger is quoted in Telefoot as saying: "With Perez the project will be strongly interesting for every coach.
"However, in general I always go right to the end of my contract."
When asked whether he had spoken to Perez, Wenger added: "Allow me to remain discreet on that matter."
Perez tried to bring Wenger to the Spanish capital during his first spell in charge of the club in 2003.
Unrest at Wenger's strategy has grown at the Emirates Stadium this term as the Gunners have endured another trophyless campaign.