Arsene Wenger has insisted that he will at least see out his Arsenal contract, which expires at the end of next season.
There have been calls for Wenger to quit north London following a trophyless campaign, but he is adamant he is going nowhere for now.
“I always respect my contract,” Wenger vowed during his press conference on Wednesday ahead of Thursday's Premier League clash against West Brom.
The Frenchman is however worried that Arsenal fans have not been happy with results lately.
“I want our fans to be happy when they’re not, it affects me,” Wenger said.
“We don’t want a negative environment but we must still perform.”
When asked if he was interested in Leicester star Riyad Mahrez, the Arsenal manager replied: “No, even if I was I wouldn’t talk about it this stage of the season.”
Wenger added that his superstars Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez are talking and "keen to stay."
The Arsenal boss then praised Claudio Ranieri’s Premier League leaders Leicester.
He said: “It makes everybody happy. It proves it’s also not just about the money.”
The Gunners are well off the pace and are clinging in to a top-four spot.
Wenger added: “We want to finish as high as we can. It is not about consolation, it is about getting the best out of the team.”