He told Sky Sports News on Wednesday that the plan is still to find a new job by the start of 2019, but that he doesn't know where yet.
Real Madrid are now seeking a new boss and Wenger is one of most fancied names, according to bookmakers. "But at the moment I can not tell you that, because I don't even know where I'll be".
"At the moment I'm having a good rest and I watch football a lot".
The Twinning Project has already received the backing of the Government, the Football Association, the Premier League and the English Football League, with West Ham vice chairman Karren Brady personally pledging the support of her club. "I have many good memories, so I miss them".
Arsenal coach Unai Emery defended Matteo Guendouzi after his red card almost cost Arsenal a victory in the Carabao Cup, saying the teenage midfielder is playing with the "spirit that I want". I still want Arsenal to win matches.
"It's true, after this mistake the supporters also see it, as the ball is played to him to continue to give him and others confidence playing our style, our idea of the game".
Asked if Arsenal could maintain a genuine challenge for the Premier League crown they last won under Wenger 14 years ago, the Frenchman said: "Yes, why not?"
Emery said: "They are a very organised team, tactically very well worked".
"I have dedicated my whole life to one club - it would be hard and not well accepted", the Frenchman said.