However, Wenger was passed over, with Sunderland manager Sam Allardyce chosen to lead England’s 2018 World Cup qualification bid instead.
“I always said I respect my contracts and that’s what I do.”
“First we want to be behind the guy who is in charge now, not talk about me managing England,” he said.
“That would be unfair. He has my full support. No matter who manages England, he has my full support.
“They had some good patches during the Euros, but they just couldn’t turn up against Iceland. Overall, you feel there is quality in the team.”
Wenger has spent the last 20 years with Arsenal and became the Premier League’s longest-serving manager following Sir Alex Ferguson’s 2013 decision to retire after 27 years with Manchester United.