"The only thing that is interesting to me is the future; always turning to the next game and showing you have improved," Wenger has said.
That means Charlton away on Saturday and another three points for the title challenge that he refuses to write off, despite Chelsea's domestic dominance.
But Thierry Henry has said the side want to do "something special" for a man who "lives for football".
Beyond that he has a contract to 2008, although Arsenal chief executive David Dein insists the man he calls the "miracle worker" has a job for life at the club he has stamped his authority over in the course of a remarkable decade.
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