Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has admitted he would be open to managing another club. The Premier League-winning Frenchman is in the final year of his contract at the Emirates Stadium and has suggested he will continue to work even if he does not reach an agreement over a new deal.

Wenger, 66, has come under pressure in recent years due to Arsenal's failure to win the domestic crown since 2004. However, the Gunners boss has insisted he still relishes his job.

"I like to do what I do. Will I do something else one day? I don't know. But I'm not at the end of my knowledge or desire to do more and become better," Wenger said to beIN SPORTS.

Wenger said that despite the criticism he has received recently, he remains committed to the job and does not see himself retiring anytime soon. "The only thing that drives me on is I want to be a better manager [tomorrow] than I am today," the Arsenal boss shared.

"As long as I have that, I don't want to stop my career. Even if I feel I don't do well [at Arsenal] I will manage somewhere else. The disadvantage when you're getting older is that everyone asks you always, when will you stop? I don't know. I just try to do well and enjoy what I do."

Wenger has been linked with the England job ever since the abrupt departure of former boss Sam Allardyce. In September, the Arsenal manager admitted he could be tempted by the prospect of managing the Three Lions.

"My priority is to do well here. If I am free one day why not, but at the moment my focus is on my job," Wenger previously said of reports linking him with the England job, according to The Guardian.