Arsenal boss Arsène Wenger has claimed he would find it hard to completely rule out the possibility of managing another English side, but conceded that at the present time he would find such a decision to be difficult.
Speaking after his side's 4-1 win over West Ham United on Sunday afternoon, the veteran manager - who is set to set down from the club at the end of the season - was asked whether he could envisage managing another side in England.
Wenger said, as quoted by ESPN: "
Going on to discuss the match, Wenger praised his side's ability to wait for their chances, stating:
Arsenal took the lead in the second half thanks to a splendid Nacho Monreal volley, before Marko Arnautović stunned the hosts to see his side draw level. Aaron Ramsey's cross then found its way into the back of the net to give his side the lead late on, before a well taken brace from Alexandre Lacazette sealed the win.
The Gunners will now prepare to face Atlético Madrid on Thursday night, as they look to keep their Champions League qualification hopes alive by winning the Europa League. Diego Simeone's side will provide a tough challenge for Wenger's men, given the exceptional season they've enjoyed in La Liga, and their notoriously robust defensive line.