The Frenchman is under-fire from sections of the Arsenal faithful this season and the latest humiliation on Tuesday night, losing to Bayern Munich 5-1 at the Emirates, has only added more unrest amongst the supporters with the 67-year-old.
Before the defeat to Bayern Munich which saw Arsenal dumped out of the Champions League, a number of supporters staged a protest outside the Emirates wanting Wenger to resign at the end of the season rather than continue on in charge.
When asked if the fans’ discontent will play a part in making his decision over his future, Wenger said:
‘Yes, of course. You consider everything.
‘It might not be the most important factor, but you consider it, of course.
‘My decision is to focus on the next game and to make absolutely sure we respond well on Saturday.’
Whether or not the Frenchman truly means this remains to be seen as he has come under severe criticism in the past and still remained at the club.
He reportedly has the right to decide his own future because of his achievements in the past and where he has put Arsenal on the map, so many will not believe that the fans will come into his mind when he finally decides what to do.