Speaking to TalkSport at the launch of former Arsenal vice-chairman David Dein's "Twinning Project" initiative at Wembley Stadium on Wednesday, Wenger said: "Look, I am not the Real Madrid manager, I am here today to support David Dein".
Arsenal overcame the disappointment of Sunday's draw with Crystal Palace by making it 12 wins in their last 13 matches.
While refusing to say where he will end up, he did concede that a return to England would be "odd" given his association with Arsenal. "But at the moment I can not tell you that, because I don't even know where I'll be".
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"The story of me playing as them on my PlayStation is true; sometimes it was as other teams, but most of the time I was Liverpool".
Speaking about his "dream" move to the Reds to Liverpool's official website, he said: "It's famous all over the world - and with a lot of supporters in the Middle East - so I think I first heard of Liverpool when I was 10 or 11". Their last win against Arsenal dates all the way back to 1970 and given the major difference in talent as well as the home field advantage for Arsenal, we would expect the Gunners to make quick work of the visitors even with their second team.
The fourth-placed Gunners have recovered from back-to-back defeats from their opening league matches under Unai Emery to amass an impressive 22 points from their following eight games, however they are still four points shy of joint-leaders Liverpool who are locked with Man City at the top of the table. "I felt I worked very hard for this club, I dedicated my whole life for this club to be in good shape when I leave it".