The Frenchman is celebrating 20 years in charge of Arsenal this week as he prepares his side to take on Burnley this weekend.
Following the embarrassing end to Sam Allardyce’s 67-day England tenure, Wenger has been heavily linked with the Three Lions role and the 66-year-old is ruling nothing out.
He said: “My priority is to do well here this has always been my club but one day if I am free, why not, but at the moment I was focussed on my job.”
Wenger was then asked if he would decide his future at the end of the season, replying: “Yes.”
Wenger’s contract expires in the summer and the FA are looking to appoint him after the Premier League campaign finishes with Gareth Southgate in temporary charge.