Arsene Wenger says there is no fresh news on his Arsenal future after watching his team beat West Ham 3-0 at the Emirates.
Goals from Mesut Ozil, Theo Walcott, and Olivier Giroud handed the Gunners a convincing win on a night when supposed planned fan protests against Wenger did not materialise.
Speaking to Sky Sports following the game, though, Wenger insisted fans hoping for clarity on his future must wait a little longer.
“There is no news on my future,” he said. “My future right now is I sleep a little easier tonight.”
The win boosts the Gunners’ previously faltering top-four hopes, and Wenger was happy that his side’s dominance was rewarded.
“West Ham defended well in the first half and we needed to find a solution in the second half,” he added to BBC Sport. “We were convincing after the break.
“Ozil and Sanchez are important players but everyone did well. You could not say any player had a bad performance.
“We come out of a difficult period and our confidence goes quickly and comes back slowly.
“We are in the final sprint in the Premier League. Consistency will be very important.
“We have a little handicap on the points front. We have less possibilities to drop points.”