Arsenal boss Arsene is all set to reach is 900<sup>th game as the Gunners manager, when his boys (currently in the third position in the Premier League) take on Norwich City on Saturday.
"I am surprised because I don't know where the other 899 games have gone! You always have so much focus on the next one that you forget all the ones that are behind you. It is impressive, 900 games, but basically what is only important for me is to win the next one," The Sun quoted Wenger as saying.
The 62-year-old Frenchman, who has been in charge of the Gunners since 1996, will be looking to register his 520<sup>th, as an Arsenal manager, during his teams' clash with the Canaries.
According to a report on the Arsenal official website, out of 899 games (440 home games, 435 away games and 24 neutral venues) that Wenger has managed, 598 have been Premier League fixtures, 147 in the Champions League, 81 FA Cup clashes, 56 League Cup games, 11 UEFA Cup fixtures and six Charity/Community Shield fixtures.
The Frenchman, as an Arsenal boss, has a success rate of 57.7 in all competitions and the Gunners under him have netted the ball 1,654 times, at an average goal of 1.84 per match.
Arsenal's next win at an away venue will also register Wenger's 200<sup>th win, as the Gunners boss, on the road.
Wenger, whose first game (Premier League) as an Arsenal boss against Blackburn Rovers October 12, 1996 resulted in the Gunners getting a 2-0 win, has so far won his 100<sup>th, 200<sup>th, 400<sup>th and 800<sup>th milestone games for Arsenal.
Under Wenger Arsenal have won three League titles (1998, 2002, 2004) and four FA Cups (1998, 2002, 2003 and 2005). Also, Wenger has taken Arsenal to the Champions League final in the 2005/2006 season, where the Gunners were narrowly defeated by Spanish giants Barcelona.
Coming back to this season, Wenger, whose team are desperate to cement the third place in the Premier League, feels that now the Gunners' destiny lies in their own hands.
All Arsenal have to do now, in order to secure their Champions League's qualifying position, is win the remainder of their two games against Norwich City and West Brom.
"You want to win the last two games to make sure. We have one advantage - we have our future in our own hands. Let's just play our football, that's the only way to deal with it. Play our game, focus like we did at Stoke and get the points," Arsenal.com quoted Wenger as saying.