Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is currently the longest serving Premier League manager and the 67 year old tactician has left fans guessing over his future with the club.
Petr Cech has revealed that if Arsenal consistently win games, Wenger will extend his contract with Arsenal.
We failed to win newly promoted side Middlesbrough in the League last weekend as they ended out seven winning streak. However, we are still jointly on top of the Premier League log and it is not looking like the players will relent.
Petr Cech was left on the bench in the Champions League game against Ludogrets but made an impressive cameo against Boro.
Wenger is out of contract in the summer and Cech, 34, said: “Obviously the future is always uncertain in football, but you work every day to be successful and this is what we can do.
“If we keep winning does his future take care of itself? Of course.
“If we are successful, if we keep winning games and we’re all going in the right direction, then everybody’s happy.
“But I think that we leave the subject of his future with the boss and with the club. We concentrate every day to be ready, to be competitive and to win as many games as possible.
“The boss has changed the club and he had a huge impact on the history of this club. And he keeps doing so.
“It’s unlike anyone else you can see, with Sir Alex Ferguson and him. He’s had such continuity with such a long time, with the work ethic, at one of the top clubs in the world.
“Now that creates history itself, because you don’t see many managers to spend such a long time at one club.
“I think the boss keeps in very good shape all the time, the way he eats, the way he works. He has his energy to want to be fit and we can see that he is fit.
“I’d like to be in such good shape when I’m 67 – if I’m still alive!”