Former Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger has hinted at being unsure about his next step, months after leaving the Emirates Stadium.
The Frenchman ended the 22 years union with Arsenal at the summer and is yet to get hooked with another managerial job.
He recently appeared on the pitch as a player for the charity game played in honour of Michel Platini’s late father, Aldo.
Also, he was present at the Monday’s FIFA best award ceremony that was held in London, where he presented the award to the Head Coach of the France national team, as the coach of the year.
However, the former Arsenal boss says he has fixed himself in a position that he will not be available for any job at the moment and he is not in a hurry to make any decision as regarding his next line of action.
He made it clear that he has not resigned as a manager, therefore, leaving the possibility of managing any other club open.
The 68-year old says he still has age on his side, hence he will return to football when he dims it fit.
Meanwhile, Wenger is currently the most successful manager that has ever managed the North London side in its history.