Last Updated: Sat, 13 Jul 2013 14:32
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has announced that he is committed to the club and wants to extend his contract.
Wenger's current deal will expire at the end of next season and he has revealed that he has already had talks with chief executive Ivan Gazidis.
The Gunners once again finished in the top four last season and punters looking to use their free bet may consider an improvement this term after the top three clubs - Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea - all changed their managers in the off-season.
The 63-year-old was linked with the vacant role at PSG but now insists he is fully committed to the club and is gearing himself up for the opening fixture against Aston Villa on August 17.
He said: "I am committed to staying longer at this club. I've already had a chat with Ivan. It went very well, not a problem. The link with PSG is there because I'm French and I know the owners. But if that was the case then I would be there already. I'm not at PSG because my heart is with Arsenal.
"We have better financial resources than the years before and it is resources we have created ourselves. That is massively important to us. For years we were out of the race for the top-level transfers but we are coming back now because we are in a better financial situation and also because of Financial Fair Play."
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