Arsene Wenger refused to confirm whether he will be in charge of Arsenal next season when he faced the media on Wednesday morning.
The Frenchman has come under renewed fire from Gunners fans since an abject display in Sunday's 3-0 hammering at the hands of Manchester City in the Carabao Cup final.
Speaking at his pre-match press conference ahead of tomorrow's Premier League game against Pep Guardiola's team, a feisty Wenger said: "Does it stop you to sleep that my position is uncertain or certain? No.
“What is important in football is the game. All the rest makes headlines but it is not interesting.
"I'm just amazed I'm always to answer things that are the same. I’ve been here for 21 years. I turned the whole world down to respect my contract, so I am amazed that I still have to answer these types of questions."
He wasn't the only one, with former Gunners star Paul Merson telling talkSPORT their performance was like a testimonial game, while also saying that a handful of players that started a Wembley are not good enough to stay at the club.
On the Wembley defeat, Wenger said: "I'm quite amazed at how people analyse (the cup final) it looks like we lost against a team in Division Five - we lost against a team that dominates English football at the moment. We have to take a bit of perspective.
"I'm long enough in the game to know when you lose a big game people say the players don't want it enough. You have to analyse if that is a serious problem. I am not convinced. For me, it is not the main reason.
"You can always get out pictures in a game to justify what you think. I believe that we have to live with that criticism and respond together like we always do."