Gunners chief remains defiant
Arsene Wenger has said 'there is no chance of me walking away' from Arsenal following his side's 2-0 defeat to Liverpool on Saturday.
The Gunners' chief has come under fire from some sections of the fans and the media after his injury-ravaged side, still reeling from the loss of captain Cesc Fabregas to Barcelona earlier in the week, lost at home to the Merseysiders for the first time in over a decade at a rain-soaked Emirates Stadium.
However, Wenger insists it is not all 'doom and gloom' and he insisted that he will continue to work hard to get the side back to winning ways.
Wenger said: "There is no chance of me walking away.
"The chance I have is to give my best for the club but we are living in circumstances where every defeat is seen as a disgrace and an earthquake.
"I always feel under pressure but no no more than usual.
"We now have a massive match on Wednesday night against Udinese in Italy.
"As it is the qualifier for the Champions League group stage, it is of big importance.
"So the important thing now is to lift the players.
"We want the supporters to be happy but for this match we had eight players out.
"I don't feel it is all doom and gloom. I feel there are also positives."