The manager, whose contract is set to expire at the end of the season, says it is "ridiculous" to base his stay with the club on one game after 18 years in charge
Wenger has stated his intention to stay at the club but has not yet put pen to paper on a new deal, with Saturday's Wembley clash with Hull the perfect chance to end the club's nine-year trophy drought.
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"The result of Saturday's FA Cup final will have no influence on my future at Arsenal," he wrote in a blog for Eurosport.
"When I've been part of a club for 18 years, it would be a bit ridiculous to base my decision on one single match, don’t you think?
"Will I be the manager next season? Yes, normally. It’s not completely finalised yet, but it should happen."
The last time Arsenal made it to the final of a cup competition was in 2011 when they were beaten by Birmingham City in the Capital One Cup final.
However, Wenger feels the spirit in the camp currently is something that can help them, adding the quality of sides they have beaten in their run to the final means they deserve to lift the Cup.
"I want the players to win for themselves, for the club, for all the effort they made this year. I think that this group has had an amazing spirit; they have shown great mental qualities during hard times," he added.
"We have won against many big teams to be in the final: Tottenham, Liverpool, Everton.
"So this group deserves to win this final, but they have to make the final step; it’s often the hardest, certainly the most important."