Date: 2nd December 2012 at 4:00pm
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Following the club’s 2-0 home loss to Swansea yesterday afternoon, Arsene Wenger has told the Arsenal boo-boys he will not quit his job.

The Gunners were booed off after yet another flat performance and poor result, which has left them sitting in 10th place in the Premier League, and some fans seem to have had enough.

Wenger is now in the firing line after only managing to pick up 21 points in 15 league games, thus recording his worst start to a season since taking over the club in 1996.

At the start of the current campaign the Frenchman said he would know when the time was right to step down from his position, but insists that time has not yet come.

And despite the fans growing increasingly restless and protesting against the club’s board before yesterday’s match, Wenger insists the best way to overcome the problem is to stick together.

When asked if the time was right to step down from his post, Arsene replied:

‘Not at all. You make your assessment at the end of the season.

‘I know there is a lot of unrest but it’s a good opportunity to stick together and show we are a strong club.

‘Of course it hurts but I am not so much worried about the placings. I believe its important is to get the quality of our game back. That is much more important.’

So after a poor run of form and enduring his worst start to a campaign since his arrival and possibly finishing outside the top four this season, should Wenger truly consider resigning? If so, when?

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