Wenger’s deal is set to expire in 2014, which has triggered speculation that he will depart for new pastures.
PSG seems to be a likely destination for the Frenchman but he revealed that he is no hurry to the leave the Emirates.
“I respect my contracts,” he said. “I want to stay if I do well and I consider or the club considers that I do well, that is all. I want this club to do well, that is my basic feeling.”
Wenger has come under heavy fire from some supporters after failing to deliver any silverware in the last eight years.
However, Wenger sees a bright future for the Gunners and believes they can end their trophy drought sooner than later.
“We have gone through a period that was very sensitive, we are coming out of it now, in a much stronger position financially,” he continued.
“I believe the club is in a very strong position for the future. I believe a big club should be run where everyone does his job and I try to do my job.”
Arsenal is currently in fourth place, two points ahead of city rivals Tottenham in the race for the last Champions League spot.
The Gunners are currently riding a seven-game unbeaten streak and Wenger hopes to continue their good form when they meet Queens Park Rangers on Saturday.
“We have put a strong run together and we want to use this belief in a very positive way,” he added. “We must focus on winning our games and then look at the results of other teams.”
Arsene Wenger will be without the services of Olivier Giroud for Arsenal’s encounter at Loftus road as the French striker is suspended.