Arsene Wenger has revealed that he had a long career at Arsenal but he insisted that there is only one period in which he had the best work with the Gunners.
The French manager has admitted that his best work during his career at Arsenal came after the club’s move from Highbury to the Emirates Stadium.
Wenger, who took over at Arsenal in 1996, had a successful first eight-year rein in which he managed to win 3 Premier League titles, 4 FA Cups and 4 FA Community Shields.
Since then, Wenger’s side started the crisis of trophy drought as they won only three FA Cups and three Community Shields.
In 2006, the North London side have completely relocated from Highbury Stadium to the Emirates Stadium also known as Ashburton Grove prior to sponsorship.
“I would say, personally, from 2006 to 2015 – it was certainly the period where I needed to be the strongest and did the best job,” Wenger told Sky Sports News.
“To accept to commit to five years when you build the stadium and to work with restricted resources and keep the club in a position where we can pay our debts back.”
“I personally feel I did my best job in that period. Not the most glamorous, maybe, but the most difficult.”
Wenger, who remains with only one game in charge of the Gunners, will step down as manager on Sunday, May 13 after Premier League clash against Huddersfield Town.