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The Arsenal board is set to rubber-stamp Arsène Wenger's new two-year contract when they meet on Tuesday morning, as part of a detailed discussion about the club's direction.

Chelsea went on to lose the FA Cup final as Arsenal denied the Premier League champions a double with a 2-1 victory at Wembley.

There is a sense of well-placed pride in the Italian's words as he declares his contentment with his squad, who broke a Premier League record by winning 30 league games in a single season.

However contracts have already been drawn up, as long as six months ago, with Wenger still firmly of the belief that he's the best man for the job.

However, Adams did state that Wenger is "the greatest Arsenal manager ever" and that he was delighted for his former manager after Arsenal won the FA Cup final on Saturday.

And the Daily Mail and Daily Mirror reported Wenger has informed American tycoon Kroenke, who remains a firm supporter of his manager, that he wants to remain in charge of the north London club.

"Of course, I want Arsene Wenger to stay at the club", the Welshman said.

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Missing out on Champions League qualification for the first time since 1996 heightened pressure on the 67-year-old, before Saturday's FA Cup 2-1 triumph over Chelsea. "I don't think if my player dived he did it with a real intention of doing it", Conte said, as he defended the Nigerian winger.

Wenger has ruled out selling either player even if they don't sign new deals, but the board members will also have to debate whether they're willing to sacrifice massive transfer fees in order to keep the duo for one more year.

"It's very important to understand that this season for us was incredible".

Arsenal were going into this game after a poor season where they failed to make the top four, question marks about the future of Arsene Wenger, uncertainty at board room level, rumours about Sanchez wanting to leave and a defensive crisis.

"I love this club and I am looking forward to the future with optimism and excitement".

"But when a game starts you support your team".

'We are at the end of the season and a lot of players are exhausted and then there is a lot of pressure'. "I have to give him credit for that, because there were a lot of people saying he can't deliver any more".