When asked about his decision to leave at the end of the season, Wenger replied: “The timing wasn’t really my decision.
“The timing wasn’t really my decision”
“For the rest, I have spoken about it already.”
The supporters have made their feelings clear in recent months, with the Emirates thousands short of capacity week in, week out.
And on the calls for his exit from the fans, Wenger added: “When people are unhappy, it isn’t always a majority.
“We live in an emotional society where people can express how they feel.”
Former Barcelona manager Luis Enrique is the bookmakers’ favourite to replace Wenger, who has a big fan of the Spaniard.
He said on his potential successor: “I have a high opinion of him. But I don’t want to influence the job for the next manager.”
On a European trophy affecting his legacy, Wenger said: “If I can add that to what I have done, I will be very happy.
“We have to put a performance in on the pitch. We face a very strong team, the toughest opponent in this competition.
“We must focus on the quality of our performance.”