The end may finally be here for Arsene Wenger after his 20-year reign at the London club.

The Gunners are seemingly out of bullets now and most of the accusing fingers are directed at Wenger who fans say has ran out of ideas.

Speaking after Saturday’s disappointing loss to West Brom, Wenger appears to have his mind made up on his future even though he insists that getting Arsenal out of their sorry state should be in the front burner and not his own future.

“You will see. I don’t think today I necessarily worry about that. We are in a unique bad patch that we’ve never had in 20 years. We lose game after game at the moment, and that is for me much more important than my future” the French Coach replied.

As the pressure continues to mount from the fans, Wenger says he remains undeterred.

“In our job it’s like when you have a problem with your engine - you can always find many problems, but it’s important to find the most important one.

"I think the most important one today was that we had 77 per cent of possession and didn’t create many chances. We have to focus on that.

"Fans are a bit disappointed, which I can completely understand. [But that doesn’t] explain why we have not created goal chances".

Arsenal are currently 5th on the log with 50 points from 27 games.