Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger may be out of job and may also not have fancied the circumstances under which he left his former role, but he still holds the club dear to the heart and has declared that should they need him, he will be readily available to come to manage them for another term.

Arsenal only picked up form recently after winning three league games on the spin for the first time this season, but have suffered for the most part of the campaign so far and are the 13th team on the table currently having been able to amass just 20 points from the 16 they have played so far.

Fans were left frustrated after the team suffered defeats upon defeats during the opening stages of the campaign, but with consecutive victories over Premier League rivals including Chelsea and Brighton, there seem to be quite something left in the team that can continue their resurgence and upturn in form.
Despite their revival, Wenger has been recently quoted to signal his interest to return to the hot seat at the Emirates Stadium where he set the record of being the longest-serving manager at one club before retiring some months ago. Since his retirement, Arsenal have hired both Unai Emery who now works in the La Liga and Mike Arteta who is still in charge of the Gunners.
When asked, Wenger simply said he would help them if he was needed but also played down speculations by insisting that he does not see that scenario taking place anytime soon. In May 2018, Wenger ended a 22-year partnership with the London club as he left the club on a controversial note. According to reports, a large chunk of the club went against the Frenchman and it was the major reason he had to step down as boss.