Arsenal Boss Arsene Wenger has vowed to put things right at Arsenal but said any talk over his future was inconvenient after the Gunners were humbled at Crystal Palace on Monday night.With pressure mounting on the Frenchman as he dallies over making an announcement concerning whether he will sign a new deal at the Emirates or leave when his current contract expires in the summer, a 3-0 defeat against Palace was the last thing Wenger needed. Large sections of Arsenal's support ended the night with a chorus of Arsene Wenger, we want you to go and you're not fit to wear the shirt - with protests against the 67-year-old likely to ramp up.
He said “I think it would be inconvenient to speak about me tonight, it's more painful to lose the game like the way we lost this one, I want the fans to support the team. I think they are extremely disappointed and I can understand that because we all are. It is understandable that they are disappointed. I'm disappointed and determined to put things right, tonight the worry is not me, it's the fact that we lost a big game and when you lose a big game it's a big worry. It's a difficult defeat, but on top of that it has consequences on our chances to be in the top four. I have managed over a thousand games for Arsenal Football Club and we are not used to that and it's a big worry. We have to respond very quickly and not accept it.”
Arsenal remain sixth in the table, but are now closer to Palace in 16th place than they are to Premier League leaders Chelsea. Wenger remains adamant he wants to address the alarming run in form, with a trip to relegation-threatened Middlesbrough to come next Monday.