The 68-year-old will leave the club at the end of the season, bringing down the curtain on a reign lasting nearly 22 years. We care, we worry, we are desperate, but when you come here, the theatre of dreams we realise what it means. I played my best football there and made my name in the game.
"I would like to finish with one simple term". Thank you for being such an important part of my life.
"I would like to wish my fellow manager Alex Ferguson well and hope he gets well quickly. Well done. Bye bye".
Added Wenger when asked to reflect on his final home game with Arsenal.
Supporters and gamers had been supplied with particular crimson and white t-shirts with "Merci Arsene" imprinted on them to commemorate Wenger's ultimate residence sport. "Well, it's a magical day and a sad day".
"But I still think Arsenal will come back and compete for the championship". But as well, it's a day when the people behind me can work in good conditions. I would be happy to sit in the North Bank. You can see the togetherness that is in the team is special. "With the right additions this team will challenge next year".
Before the match kicked off, Wenger was given a guard of honour by the Arsenal and Burnley players.
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Henry told Sky Sports that his compatriot would take some time to adjust to life after spending 22 years at Arsenal.
"In my job, you learn to disconnect from yourself. Just like when you're a player, you want to play for the biggest clubs".
"It is impossible to feel nothing unless you are completely robotic".
"He has done a lot for me in a short time in my career so it's a bit sad but it is also exciting times".
"I am grateful for having had the privilege to serve the club for so many memorable years".
He went on to say that his final home game would be "dominated by sadness" but thanked fans, players and backroom staff alike. "I have to consider that it's a new start for something different for me and deal with it like that".