Unai Emery has given a response to question on his future as Arsenal boss after the Gunners fell to a draw against Wolves in the Premier League this afternoon.
According to Mirror Football, Arsenal manager Unai Emery took a defiant stance when he was quizzed about his future at the Emirates after the Gunners collapsed to a draw against Wolves this afternoon.
Mirror Sport add that there were “Emery Out” chants during the Premier League tie at the Emirates Stadium.
Unfortunately for Arsenal fans it was more of the same from the Gunners, the side failed to take a grip on the game after scoring and allowed Wolves back into the match.
Here’s what the Spaniard had to say on his future:
“I am very demanding of myself and we have to come back with better matches.”
The former PSG boss also deflected a question about his contract – which is set to expire at the end of the season if an extension isn’t triggered:
“We speak about how we can improve and how to achieve the best performance.”
Emery need to steady the ship immediately, the Gunners face their rivals for a top four spot – Leicester City next weekend. If Arsenal don’t win, that could be the end of Emery’s reign as manager.