Arsenal will be without Champions League football next season for a second successive campaign and the Gunners are keen to strengthen to put themselves in the top four mix under a new manager.
Wenger, however, said he does not see himself taking charge of another English club. "Sometimes you think 'OK, it's going well for him, keep him in.' But I don't think he had recovered".
The Frenchman is set to stand down after Arsenal's clash with Huddersfield on Sunday, bringing to an end his 22 years at the club. On Thursday, I will come back and clear my office, ' said Wenger.
He has given Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger an extraordinary quantity of stick lately, but Arsenal Fan TV routine Mr DT apparently loved meeting him on Sunday.
"We live in a society where people want quick change and that has changed in recent years".
"At the moment, that is hard for me".
Wenger has been keen to keep talk of his achievements and his impending exit down to a minimum and appeared nearly embarrassed when presented with the commemorative golden "Invincibles" Premier League trophy as his parting gift following the 5-0 thrashing of Burnley.
This photo is simply titled "Le Double" as a tribute to the French pair's achievements, but Adams apparently took issue, commenting: "Just letting you know Arsenal that I was Captain when we won that double but hay not a bad follow on".
Asked if he had received any offers, Wenger replied: "Yes, more than I expected!"
"There's a long learning process of controlling who you really are". That helps me a lot.
"Will I manage England one day? But if you have Real vs. Barcelona, or Real vs. Arsenal, or Manchester United vs Bayern Munich every week the audiences will be good".
"Overall I believe we played a great game today".