Gunners boss commits to contract that runs until 2014.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has insisted he will see out his current deal according to Sky Sports.
Speculation has been mounting in recent months that Wenger may decide to part ways with the London club as they suffer their most disappointing season to date under the Frenchman’s reign.
Having been knocked out of the Champions League by Bayern Munich, the club look set to face their eighth consecutive season without a trophy.
That has been made even worse by the possibility that the club may fail to qualify for the Champions League.
Should that be the case, it would be the first time that has happened under the Frenchman’s guidance.
The North London club currently sit in fifth place in the Premier League table but are five points behind fourth placed Chelsea with just ten games left to play.
That has prompted speculation that Wenger may decide to leave the club, with PSG and Real Madrid reportedly ready to approach him should he become available.
But Wenger has moved to pour cold water on those rumours and has reiterated his commitment to the club, at least until the end of his current deal.
‘I still have desire’, said Wenger. ‘I am under contract until 2014 and I am used to fulfilling my contracts.’