“It’s your wife,” replies the former Monaco man, to giggles from the room.
“It’s Jose,” another voice shouts – a reference to the Portuguese manager’s controversial comments about Wenger made earlier this week.
Following their impressive victory over Chelsea, Arsenal have jumped up to third in the table, behind runaway leaders Manchester City and only a point short of their bitter north London rivals Tottenham.
“It was an outstanding team performance. We played with spirit and collective pace and movement, always in a positive and committed team way,” Wenger said.