Protests before and after matches have become common place in recent months, but Tuesday morning saw the barely credible sight of a small group of fans outside the club’s London Colney training base.
The Gunners chief is facing increasing fan pressure after a disappointing recent spell, which has seen the side fall out of the top four and 18 points behind league leaders Chelsea.
Anti-Wenger banners have also been pictured as far afield as Florida and Australia as fans call for change at the top.
The Frenchman is into his 21st year at the club, and says a decision over his future will be soon. Mirror Sport understands he is likely to sign a new two-year deal to remain at the club.
And the veteran boss says he is just continuing to do his job, the best way he knows how.
“I have answered that question many times,” he said when asked about his future once more on Tuesday. “You ask again. Don’t worry, you will get that [answer] soon.”
“Honestly, I am professional and when you are professional you perform in ideal conditions and non-ideal conditions.
“I love to win football games. I just focus on that. I work for my club with honesty and integrity.
“I am not scared. I accept the judgement of people and focus on the game. That’s it.”
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“We need everybody on board. We need the support of our fans. We play as well in the semi-final of the FA Cup, it’s all to go for.”