Published: Fri, May 11, 2018
Global | By Enrique Rogers

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger: 'Huddersfield Town have been incredible'

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger: 'Huddersfield Town have been incredible'

Leicester, who are ninth, have lost four and drawn one of their last five league matches.

Highlighting his longevity in the Arsenal hot seat, Wenger added: "There are 20,000 trees [at the training ground]".

With an bad away record in 2018 haunting Arsenal, there may never be a better time to end the run on the last of the season as Huddersfield are safe and have nothing more to play for.

"I enjoyed some aspects of it, yes - and not all", he said.

"But if you have Real [Madrid] v Barca, or Real v Arsenal, or Manchester United v Bayern Munich every week the audiences will be good".

"It was important to get the first goal to get us going and get our confidence back for the last couple of games.

I don't know, honestly", Wenger told reporters on Thursday. I saw them all when they were small and they are now massive. I didn't analyse anything or consider anything.

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'I have some work to do in France [next week] on Monday, Tuesday.

The idea of a European league has been mooted for years and could be driven by dwindling Champions League attendances and the fact more revenue is demanded for the Premier League television rights than UEFA's elite club competition. I must say the squad doesn't need much, because there's a huge potential in there.

The Frenchman's final game in charge of the club will be against Huddersfield on Sunday.

Shortly after he announced his end-of-season departure, there were reports that a number of clubs, including Paris Saint-Germain, were interested in his service.

"Because there was more questioning as well, you do not feel the same adhesion to what you do and when you stay here for such a long period you question yourself 'is it time now to go or not?".

"Why? Because the big clubs will say: "if two smaller clubs are playing each other nobody wants to watch it. People want to watch quality".

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