Wenger, who will leave Arsenal at the end of this campaign after a reign of nearly 22 years, said he was hopeful Jack Wilshere would sign a new deal with the midfielder's contract set to expire next month.
"Overall I would say I want to finish with two wins and that's why I will go to Leicester tomorrow giving absolutely everything to win the game". My brain demands work and is active. The former Monaco and Arsenal boss has revealed that he isn't fully retiring from football but will continue on in the game he loves, potentially at another top club.
The 68-year-old has called on the club to appoint his successor sooner rather than later.
"I think the earlier, the better", Wenger said when asked if an appointment should be made ahead of the World Cup. "What will I do, I don't know yet".
"I am not involved anymore in contract negotiations but, of course, I'm still in touch with Jack and if he wants my advice I will give it to him". I am determined to fight, not only for me but also for my family, my friends and all the people who support me. "It needs two or three additions and this team will compete for the championship next year".
High-speed wind lashes Delhi, NCR due to western disturbance
Then, on Tuesday morning, Shimla was hit by a heavy hailstorm and high mountains of Himachal Pradesh received fresh snowfall. A high-intensity dust storm engulfed Delhi-NCR region on Monday night, leaving trees unearthed at several locations.
The 32-year-old defender ruptured his Achilles in the second leg of Arsenal's defeat to Atletico Madrid and is expected to be on the sidelines for at least six months.
'He is devastated because he has surgery that means six months out. "You will not see him before the beginning of December at best", said Wenger.
"In the future, you never know".
"He will miss the World Cup".