The French boss says he has laid a very good foundation for his successor and that the club will achieve greater things under the next manager.
Arsenal fans are not in particular happy with Wenger after their poor performance that saw them lose 3-1 to Monaco in the Champions League round of 16 first leg. However, Wenger’s men bounced back to winning ways against Everton and QPR in the league.
Speaking to BBC, the 65-year-old said: “In a strong healthy position which means a club that has good players, good youth behind them and a strong financial position to go further up and develop even more.
“And I will do that, you can believe me.
“The guy who comes in after me is in a very strong position to deliver something exceptional.”