Arsene Wenger would not comment on his future after the loss to Crystal Palace, but insists he wants to put things right.
Arsenal lost 3-0 to Crystal Palace away, and pressure mounting on on the French manager to decide on his future has continue to increase.
Wenger would not comment on his future, insisting his focus is the team and they must act fast.
“I think it would be inconvenient to speak about me tonight, it’s more painful to lose the game like the way we lost this one,” he said.
“I want the fans to support the team. I think they are extremely disappointed and I can understand that because we all are. It is understandable that they are disappointed.”
“I’m disappointed and determined to put things right,” Wenger said.
“Tonight the worry is not me, it’s the fact that we lost a big game and when you lose a big game it’s a big worry.
“It’s a difficult defeat, but on top of that it has consequences on our chances to be in the top four.
“I have managed over a thousand games for Arsenal Football Club and we are not used to that and it’s a big worry. We have to respond very quickly and not accept it.”