Following the decision of Sir Alex Ferguson to retire, Wenger, who took charge at Highbury in 1996, will next season become the longest serving manager in the Barclays Premier League.
While Manchester United have moved swiftly to name David Moyes as Ferguson's successor, just who else will be going head to head with the 63-year-old Frenchman at title rivals Chelsea and Manchester City come August remains to be seen.
Wenger, whose current deal runs until the summer of 2014, had himself been linked with a move to Paris St Germain, where the future of Carlo Ancelotti has yet to be clarified.
However, the Gunners manager is looking forward to testing himself against the game's best tacticians once again by aiming to deliver Arsenal's first silverware in the best part of a decade.
Writing in his blog for the French Eurosport website, www.eurosport.fr, Wenger said: "The rumours about my future? It does not bother me, it is part of the interest of the footballing public. You have to live with it and try to educate people.
"I answered this question several times by saying that I have always respected my contract and I will continue to do so.
"There will undoubtedly be a rotation of coaches, with a game of musical chairs.
"It concerns a lot of people but it is a rotation with respect to big-name coaches, so no matter where they go, there will always be great coaches everywhere."