As speculation mounts about the Frenchman's future, former Strasbourg boss Hild says Wenger wants to end his career at the club and will only leave if he's thrown out. He told The Sun: "The only way he'd leave would be if Arsenal wanted him to and that can't be imagined. "Arsene is 58 this year. I don't believe managing a national team interests him. "You cannot under-estimate the blow he has suffered with Henry's departure. "They've been side by side throughout Henry's career at Arsenal, one Arsene influenced greatly by turning him into a striker. "But while people are talking about turmoil and crisis none of that has come from Arsene. "Time has to do its work and, with a couple of new signings, things might begin to look very different."