The half hearted attempts to heap pressure on a certain Frenchman in North London this weekend appear to have done little in the short-term.
However, those Gunners fans out there baying for blood may be offered some reprieve sooner than they think.
Though a quick look over to our Manchester United punters in this evening would remind them to be careful in matters of this regard.
Despite the recent fan protests, Arsene Wenger will remain complete control of Arsenal next season, though it could prove to be his last – according to the Daily Telegraph.
Yet another title challenge has fallen flat and the Frenchman has invoked the ire of the Gunners’ faithful after failing to spend in the transfer market last summer.
Incredibly, the North London side were the only team in Europe’s top five leagues not to bring in an outfield player over the course of the summer.
While he undoubtedly retains support, the 66-year old has seen fan frustration mount in recent months.
Still, the report claims Wenger will retain his control over the club heading into next season, stretching far beyond merely first-team matters.
However, it is also suggested that there is a growing feeling within the Emirates that next season could be his last in charge of the Gunners.
His current deal is due to expire then, with no new one officially signed yet.
Has Wenger outstayed his welcome? Would next season be his final shot at the title?