Former Arsenal captain and Legend Patrick Vieira has made bare his mind on the disappointment he felt after Arsene Wenger opted not to offer him a coaching role with the Gunners.
Vieira left Arsenal in the summer of 2006 after winning 11 trophies in nine years with the club.
The former France international had spells with Juventus, Inter Milan and Manchester City before he delved into coaching with the Citizens in 2011.
He is currently managing New York City in Major League Soccer, where he is steadily building up his coaching career. However, he claimed that he fancied being under the tutilage of Wenger at the Emirates Stadium.
“I was a bit disappointed not to get a call at the end of my career,” he told L’Equipe.
“Arsene has a right to think you don’t deserve it, that you’re not ready. But I think there’s always a way to open the door.
“As a player I wanted to go as high as possible. It is the same now. My dream is to manage one of Europe’s biggest teams one day.”
Arsenal had Theirry Henry with the junior team but Henry is now with the Begium national team. He made the move after disagreements with Wenger.