Arsene Wenger built quite the dynasty at Arsenal.
As well as winning three Premier League titles and seven FA Cups in 22 years at the club, the Frenchman developed one of the best playing styles which allowed for free flowing and beautiful football.
Many regard Wenger’s ‘Invincibles’ side of the 2003-04 season as the best Premier League team in history.
However, speaking to Jim White and Arsenal legend Martin Keown on talkSPORT, the Frenchman has revealed he is worried the Gunners are losing some of the identity that he worked so hard to create – but hopes Mikel Arteta can restore it.
“I worry about the club still a lot and I watch all of the games,” he said.
“I believe there is a culture in the way to play football at Arsenal that I want to be respected.
“And I hope Mikel can get that back.”
Wenger, who was appointed as FIFA’s chief of global development in November, also said Jurgen Klopp has done an amazing job at Liverpool and insisted his side deserve to be champions.
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The Reds were on the verge of clinching their first top flight title in 30 years before the coronavirus brought all football to an unprecedented halt.
“Jurgen has done extremely well because that club has waited 30 years for this title.
“And when you think they have such a massive difference [points gap] to the second team, Manchester City, as well – 25 points, it’s absolutely massive.
“No matter what England will decide, Liverpool are champions in everyone’s head, I think.”