Arsenal head-coach Arsene Wenger hopes that his successor would be more successful at Emirates than himself.
The Frenchman has had celebrated his 20 years in charge as Arsenal manager, and with his current deal coming to an end it is believed that the 66-year-old could leave the Gunners at the end of the current campaign.
Frenchman hopes that his successor could beat the three Premier League titles and six FA Cups that he has won while being in charge of Arsenal.
‘I always felt that as a manager you have an influence on three levels. One, on the individual careers of the players – you are not lucky with every player. Two, on the style of play and the results of the team. Three, on the structure of the club,’ he told the Gunners’ official site.
‘I like to think that the club today is at a different level to when I arrived and as well when I leave, that I leave a good team with strong financial resources and good structures at the club.
‘My pride [would be] to see somebody come in and do better. At least he is in a position to do better. It is important I think for the legacy.”
Arsenal supporters in the recent years have been demanding to replace Wenger after Frenchman failed to win Premier League title in last 12 years after a phenomenal “The Invincibles season” where Gunners managed to win the English top-tier without losing a game.