'I still have desire' - Wenger has no intention of quitting Arsenal

The Gunners boss has received heavy criticism of late, with Wednesday's Champions League last-16 exit confirming the club will go an eighth successive season without silverware
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has dismissed any notion of him quitting the club in the foreseeable future, insisting he still has the "desire" to improve the Gunners' fortunes.

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The Frenchman has come under increasing pressure over the last few seasons, with Wednesday’s Champions League exit at the last-16 stage ending the north London side’s hopes of winning a trophy this season.

Wenger’s current contract is set to expire at the end of the 2013-14 season, and he insists he will not be leaving the Emirates Stadium before that date as he looks to end Arsenal’s trophyless drought, which is rolling into its ninth successive year.

"I still have desire," Wenger told beIn Sport.

"I am under contract until 2014 and I am used to fulfilling my contracts."

Arsenal travel to the Liberty Stadium on Saturday to face a Swansea side who have beaten them in their previous two Premier League meetings, most recently a 2-0 defeat at the Emirates Stadium earlier in the season.

A win for the Gunners will see them move to within two points of fourth-placed Chelsea, ahead of their match against West Ham on Sunday.