But Wenger refused to discuss the continued uncertainty over his job ahead of their final Premier League game of the season against Everton tomorrow, with his contract set to expire this summer.
"After that, what happen to me is less important".
But speaking at a news conference on Friday, he confirmed the situation would be discussed at the board meeting, which is expected to be attended by owner Stan Kroenke.
Arsene Wenger says an announcement on his future is likely to be made following an Arsenal board meeting to be held after the FA Cup final.
Arsene Wenger has branded Tony Adams' criticism of his management as "sad" and insists he is only focused on Arsenal securing Champions League qualification because "I'm not here to sell books".
With one game remaining in the league, they face a battle to qualify for the Champions League as they are now in fifth position, a point adrift of Liverpool in fourth and three behind third-placed Manchester City, albeit with an inferior goal difference of five.
Tony Adams has suggested that Arsene Wenger is the main reason why he has not been able to return to Arsenal in an official capacity.
The Gunners boss has come in for stinging condemnation from a host of his ex-players following a poor season and has yet to publicly announce if he will remain at the helm beyond next month.
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And now Wenger has had the chance to respond to Adams' thoughts on his management style, indicating he doesn't much care what the former Arsenal players thinks.
The 50-year-old, who is now managing LaLiga side Granada, claims he tried to return to the club on four occasions in a coaching capacity, but was overlooked each time.
Adams wrote that Wenger "is essentially not a coach" and did not want an assistant around who would question his methods on the training ground.
'Actually in the original draft, I said he couldn't coach his way out of a paper bag.
Adams also claimed that Wenger is not the superb coach that fans and critics have been led to believe, and added that the former Nagoya Grampus boss has resisted calls to install the ex-centre back as a member of his backroom team as a result.
"The most important thing is to win the football game".
"In a football club today you have to employ people who can help you be successful".