Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang gives Wenger a winning send-off as Arsenal manager

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The Frenchman will be departing the club he has managed for over 22 years after Arsenal play their last game of the 2017/18 Premier League season against Huddersfield Town on Sunday.

When discussing Town's survival, the 29-year-old believes the togetherness of the squad is what helped them pick up the final two vital points, in order to ensure their safety.

Gary Neville is one of the most vocal pundits in the English game, and speaking on Sky Sports, the Manchester United legend was brutal on the struggles related to Arsenal's efforts to replace Wenger so far.

Arsenal are unbeaten in their last 12 final Premier League games (W10 D2), winning the last six in a row.

Before adding: "That is unbelievable, and if you pick up two points against these clubs, that is more than deserving of another year of Premier League football". "It was a fantastic experience for me". "We have gone through a season that has ups and downs but they have created something special and I would like that to come out". Despite his final season fizzling out into the worst of reign, Wenger remained in high spirits in his final prematch new conference, making jokes and posing for a photo with the assembled journalists after. The Emirates for me was like buying a new house.

Town striker Steve Mounie went close to giving his side an early lead when his downward header was well saved by David Ospina and then Tom Ince blazed over from in front of goal following Alex Pritchard's cross. "You have to teach me that because in 22 years basically I've never been, unless with a driver". The German World Cup victor has been suffering a severe dip in form lately which has seen him start only 1 of the last 4 games after being culpable for several individual errors which have directly lead to goals.

As well as being limited to what he could spend on transfers, Wenger also saw some of his prized assets sold on.

Added to that, Arsenal have a core group of players capable of challenging for the Premier League title next season. "To me it's a mess since he said he's going". "It is a pleasant surprise". He plays the right kind of football and has proved he can handle the pressure of a big job.

Gary Neville has slammed Arsenal's recruitment process and claims the club are in a mess as they continue their attempts to find Arsene Wenger's successor.

"That is basically what I tried to do: to give people an experience in life that is not every day". It will always be special for me.