He won three Premier League titles and also three times Premier League Manager of the Year.
"I just push myself as hard as I can, in training and games.
I am fascinated by India, I don't know why, but I have never been in India", said Wenger in the interview.
For Wenger, the book is closed but for Wagner, the next chapter begins with the hope Huddersfield Town can continue to develop for many years to come with the German at the helm.
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It's been a case of mixed emotions these last few weeks since Wenger announced he is leaving Arsenal.
The German has played in 36 of Huddersfield's 37 Premier League games this season - starting in all 36 games - and has been a key reason why the terries were able to secure their Premier league survival.
The club handled Wenger's last home match in charge last Sunday in typically classic fashion.
Their sixth-place finish is the lowest in Wenger's 22-year reign.
The Gunners have triumphed in 15 of their 19 home matches this term - a figure bettered only by champions Manchester City - but they are 16th in terms of away form.
The idea of a European league has been mooted for years and could be driven by dwindling Champions League attendances and the fact more revenue is demanded for the Premier League television rights than UEFA's elite club competition.
Probability of away win: 55%.