Arsene Wenger “does not know” if Saturday’s FA Cup final will be his last match as Arsenal manager.
The Frenchman, whose future will be decided ata board meeting after the game, has been Gunners boss since 1996 but his contract expires this summer.
On Sunday he said uncertainty over his futuredid affect the club’s form this season, but he again refused to expand further before the match with Chelsea.
“I want to win the cup for my club and that’s all I care about,” he said.
“Would it be a nice farewell? No, what I want is to win the next game. It’s not about me, it’s about us winning the trophy and giving everything to achieve it.”
Wenger has won three Premier League titles and six FA Cup finals during two decades at the north London club, but this season he has faced fierce protests from fans calling for him to quit.
By finishing fifth in the Premier League, the Gunners failed to qualify for the Champions League for the first time in 20 years.