Wenger believes he turned Arsenal into 'world class' club
Wenger is set to keep Theo Walcott in the central striking role at Wigan Athletic on Saturday, and is aware his side could break back into the Champions League places, the Daily Mirror reports.
While the seven-year trophy deprivation has sent groundswells of disgruntlement bulging round the Emirates, Wenger was obstinate the notion that he might be resting on past laurels was absolutely incorrect.
Wenger said he is never satisfied, as he just tries to do his best for the club, adding that he would never change his ways.
The Frenchman also added that despite facing criticism recently the most difficult period for him with were his initial years at the club.
Wenger believes the club has grown under him and a comparison of Arsenal before him and its present state will prove his point.
Wenger said Arsenal is well known throughout the world now, but earlier it wasn't, and add he deserves plaudits for it. (ANI)
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