As you might expect, his resignation, announced last Friday, was a hot topic of discussion.
And while Wenger admits he has not given much thought to his future, he made it clear that retirement is not in his plans. He also said that he plans to continue working in football, but that he won't entertain any offers until after this time at Arsenal is through.
Arsene Wenger's announcement came as some shock not just for its timing but because it appeared to be out of character for the Frenchman.
"At the moment, I work like ever".
Wenger's final game in charge of the north London club will be away at Huddersfield on 13 May.
"If he respects me even 50 per cent of what I respect him we can even be friends in the future", Mourinho told Sky Sports.
Given their home record, Arsenal must take full advantage of their first leg in North London this week but if they do, there is little reason why they can not begin to dream of a final appearance next month.
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"At the moment I am just focused on that".
PSG's owners since 2011, have always been interested in bringing Wenger in, but he has repeatedly opted to remain at Arsenal and his coaching reputation has since taken a hit in recent seasons.
There has already been widespread speculation over who will replace Wenger at Arsenal, with former club captain Mikael Arteta believed to be CEO Ivan Gazidis' preferred choice.
The victor of three Premier League titles and 10 major trophies at the club was also asked if he had any second thoughts about the resignation announcement.
Asked if he was sure that he was doing the right thing, Wenger said: "You are never sure if you do the right thing". Until now, I've had a life full of different experiences and some very hard to deal with.
"Some were very hard to deal with, but I always did it".
Arsenal, on the other hand, are now sixth in the Premier League, 11 points behind Tottenham Hotspur who occupy fourth spot, meaning their only realistic chance of qualifying for next year's Champions League is to win the Europa League this year.