Arsene Wenger sends message to his successor during final Arsenal press conference

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Wenger will take charge of Arsenal for the final time on Sunday when the Gunners travel to face Huddersfield on the last day of the season.

Wenger admitted it felt "strange" to be leaving Arsenal after 22 years at the club.

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'The advice is to give his best and to respect the values of the club, ' said Wenger.

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"I actually attended Wenger's final home game against Burnley, and when he delivered his speech I felt a lot of pity for him, because he failed to end his career with silverware".

The north London side are yet to announce who will be taking over at The Emirates this summer following Wenger's departure. Sometimes you think: "'OK, it's going well for him, keep him in'". Arsenal want to make an appointment before the World Cup kicks off on June 14, but are also acutely aware of the distraction of the finals in Russian Federation, a shorter transfer window that closes on August 9 and their pre-season plans, which mean that in an ideal world it would be done quicker.

He engaged in long-running feuds with Jose Mourinho and Alex Ferguson, while battling several bosses in touchline rows that turned physical. "But if you have Real v Barca, or Real v Arsenal, or Manchester United v Bayern Munich every weekend, the audiences will be good". Control the animal that is inside you.

"That helps me a lot because I went through some fantastic periods in my life, as well as more hard periods".

The Frenchman has guided Arsenal through a fair share of changes throughout his nearly 22-year reign in north London and believes that a European super league will be the next major development.