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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said he isn't quitting the job despite enduring more disappointment.
The Gunners boss has felt pressure after a midweek 3-1 loss in the Champions League to Bayern Munich followed their shock FA Cup exit at home to Blackburn and Capital One Cup loss to Bradford.
"What is important for me is to focus on the next game and try to give my best, like all the players."said Wenger, whose side will play Aston Villa at home Saturday.
The 63-year-old, whose club is set for an eighth season without a title, reacted angrily earlier this week to "lies" the club had already opened talks over a new deal, with his current contract set to expire in 2014.
Arsenal held a regular board meeting Thursday, which was attended by majority shareholder Stan Kroenke, who also watched Tuesday's Bayern game.
"The meeting speaks about many things," Wenger said. "Commercial, ticket prices, long term plans. I make my report as well on the technical side, so it was the usual thing."