Arsene Wenger watches on from the sidelines
Arsene Wenger's contract at Arsenal runs down in the summer of 2017 Getty

Arsene Wenger has said he will be at Arsenal next season after confirming that he has no plans to leave the Emirates following the end of the 2015/16 campaign. His current deal at the club will expire in the summer of 2017 and the Frenchman says he remains committed to the Gunners.

The north London club were eliminated from the Champions League by Barcelona, while Watford knocked them out of the FA Cup, which they had won for the last two seasons. In the Premier League, Wenger's side sit third in the table with 55 points after 30 games, 11 points behind league leaders Leicester City who have played one more game than Arsenal.

The recent poor results have seen a section of the Emirates faithful call for the resignation of Wenger. In addition, there have been banners during the game asking the Gunners' boss to leave the club. However, the Arsenal manager remains committed to his job and has no plans to leave his current employers after the end of the season.

"I have no doubt because I am committed. When I do something, I do it 100 per cent. I'm always committed to give my best as long as I am at the club," Sky Sports quoted Wenger as saying.

"I believe in life you should focus on what you're appointed for and I'm appointed to perform and do the best for my club. That's all I focus on."

"I think that the criticism during the season is not very welcome when you fight for the championship, especially after the game against Tottenham where we were a bit unlucky.

"You have to live with that. I have my conscience. What is the most important is that I give my best every day, I work for the club I love and if I can share that love with the supporters it's even better.

"I don't worry too much about all the rest, what people say. All the rest is judgments, opinions and that is linked with the beliefs from the last result or the last disappointment or the last happiness.

"In my job you focus on what is important and that's to perform. My future is my future. I don't master that more than you."