Arsene Wenger insists he has 'not thought for one second' about quitting Arsenal following one of the most disappointing weeks of his 17-year spell in north London.
The Gunners' hopes of preventing their trophy drought from stretching to eight years all but ended earlier this week after a humiliating 1-0 FA Cup defeat to Blackburn Rovers was followed by a 3-1 reverse at home to Bayern Munich in the Champions League.
Some supporters have called for Wenger to leave the post he took up in September 1996 but the Frenchman, who is under contract until 2014, says he hasn't even contemplated departing the Emirates Stadium.
He said: "I have never for one second thought about throwing in the towel."
Wenger has also called on everyone within the club to be "united and strong" as they look to battle to secure qualification for next season's Champions League.
He added: "My responsibility is to guide the club. I will try to give my best like all the players.
"The board meeting speaks about many things. Long term plans and I make my report. Usual thing. No euphoria as we had a disappointing result on Tuesday night. We need to be united and strong."