Arsene Wenger is convinced he is the right man for the job after Arsenal supporters called on him to quit on Saturday.
Danny Welbeck ensured the Gunners left the Hawthorns with their first Premier League win since November 1 but that didn’t stop some disgruntled fans making their feelings towards Wenger abundantly clear, according to Daily Mail report.
After the final whistle, a group of fans revealed a large banner that read: “Arsene, thanks for the memories but it’s time to say goodbye.”
Another read: “Enough is enough, Wenger out.”
But Wenger insists he is the man to lead Arsenal forward, saying: “I can do my job, I do my job with total commitment.
“I started to manage a team at the top level in 1983; if I am completely useless tactically, I am a genius — I can hide it very well.”
“Am I hurt by any of the criticism? No. Honestly, no.”