Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger determined to carry on

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Arsene Wenger says he has spent "not one second" considering his Arsenal future despite a nightmare week.

Arsenal are set to announce their latest interim financial results next week, which are expected to show another healthy cash reserve to be ploughed back into the squad in the summer, although at a reduced level should they fail to secure Champions League football again next season. Wenger, though, remains confident Arsenal can come through this testing spell. He said: "What we need is to be united and strong, and not to be destabilised by people who have strong opinions after one game. "I believe what is important is that the club always goes with the guidelines we have and do not change direction every time we lose a big game, that would lead to a disaster. "A bad period for a club is also a good opportunity to show how united and strong you are. We have a good history of that at Arsenal. "I have a contract until the end of 2014 and at the moment we are on a short-term plan. "This is for two reasons, because I am here for a long time and as well I have to consider what I want to do. That will be decided in 2014, not before."

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