Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has revealed that he will soon make a quick decision on his future in football.
The 69-year-old Frenchman spoke about his future in a chat with The Guardian as he disclosed that he decided to take time to rest shortly after leaving Arsenal last year.
Arsene Wenger has turned down several job offers since he left North London at the end of last season.
He attained legendary status at Arsenal after leading the Gunners to three Premier League titles and seven FA Cup titles.
Wenger spent 22 years at Arsenal before he resigned from his post last summer despite the fact that he had one year left on his then contract.
He almost led Arsenal to a European trophy on two occasions but was unable to win at least one.
Arsene Wenger led the Gunners to the 2000 UEFA Cup final before they were beaten on penalties by Turkish club Galatasaray after the two teams played out a goalless draw after regulation time and extra time.
The French manager also led Arsenal to the 2006 Champions League final against Spanish giants Barcelona who came from behind to beat 10-man Arsenal 2-1.
Apart from Arsenal, Wenger has also managed at clubs like Grampus Eight (Japan) and AS Monaco (France).