Arsenal were beaten 3-0 by Manchester City at Wembley on Sunday in the final of the Carabao Cup, meaning their last League Cup success was 1993.
A number of Arsenal fans, including TV personality and journalist Piers Morgan, have stated their desire for the Frenchman to wave goodbye to the north London club after with a seemingly eternal #WengerOut campaign on twitter.
Wenger, 68, has been Arsenal manager since 1996, winning 17 trophies in his 22 years in charge.
But when asked if the current campaign will be his final one in the Emirates dugout, Wenger simply responded: “Who knows?”
As well as Carabao Cup final heartbreak, Arsenal are also struggling in the Premier League by their recent standards. The Gunners sit sixth, 27 points off leaders Manchester City and ten points behind fierce rivals Tottenham.
They were also knocked out of the FA Cup by Nottingham Forest in the third round, while struggling to overcome Swedish no-hopes Ostersunds in the Europa League.
AC Milan are Arsenal’s next challengers in that competition, which is now Wenger’s only hope of silverware for this season.
And with Wenger potentially on the verge of calling it quits after a 34-year managerial career, Arsenal legend Thierry Henry has admitted it would be an honour to take the reins should the former Monaco boss depart.
Henry was signed by Wenger from Juventus in 1999 and went on to score 228 goals over two spells with the club.
The former French striker and current coach of the Belgium national team, said: “I still have a job to do with Belgium, but let’s see what’s going to happen.
“It will be a dream for me, but I’m still with Belgium.
“Interested? Yes, who wouldn’t be? But I can’t talk about that out of respect for the man that is in charge still and my job that I’m doing right now with Belgium.
“But who wouldn’t be interested?”