The Gunners boss had been linked with the manager's job at Camp Nou, with current incumbent Martino under increasing pressure following defeats in two of his last three Liga matches that has seen the Catalans fall of the pace at the top of the table.
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And now Wenger has moved to quash reports that he is ready to leave his post in north London and head for Spain, telling reporters: "My commitment is here and nowhere else."
Ahead of Sunday's crunch north London derby meeting with Tottenham, Wenger believes that, despite recent criticism that culminated in Thursday's Europa League defeat to Benfica, Tim Sherwood's side haven't had a bad season.
He added: "Tottenham is a difficult ground to go to for everybody, we have good memories and bad memories.
"I still think it takes time when you bring in many new players but you cannot say Spurs had a bad season."