"I can not say I am immune to criticism - everybody wants to be loved, everybody wants to be loved by the fans". And in the end he chose to stay and it was one of the great days of the recent weeks for me.
"He had a scan two days ago and he's out for a while - I don't know if it two weeks or one more week, but he will not be available".
"It's fantastic. I opened the door for him at some stage because I know it's important for him to play, but I don't want to him to go", Wenger told reporters.
"But of course at the moment I have now 33 players and it is very hard to manage on a daily basis such a high number".
"I prefer to be on the pitch as much as I can but I want to help the team reach the targets", he said. "It was relief he chose to stay".
"We're gonna win the league!" sang the Leicester fans and they nearly had a third goal to cheer when Okazaki's header from Christian Fuchs's cross bounced just wide of Cech's left-hand post.
Ramsey first levelled the scores in the 83rd minute before Giroud sealed the victory in the 85th minute. It's no doubt going to spoil all of us because the rest of the games are going to suck by comparison.
"Overall we could say we were punished on every single mistake by a Leicester team who were very efficient going forward".
While Alexandre Lacazette has come in to lead the line, he should add the killer instinct Arsenal fans have been calling for.
"I'm always looking for the positives, we came to the Emirates and the players executed the game plan".
One player now highly unlikely to be moving to the Emirates Stadium is Foxes winger Riyad Mahrez - who was heavily linked with Arsenal earlier in the summer. Creating high wages like Ozil's potential new earnings can create problems with other players questioning why they aren't worth the funds.