"You know that before you play football. And, when you sign a contract, no one puts a gun to your head. It is a job for strong people and those who remain strong will always do well. We are not a kindergarten. Why should I give explanations to everyone who is unhappy? It is a joke.
"Tell me one club in the world, of our size, who gives a chance to the young players like us? Nobody. At our club, players are in paradise. Often, you have to wait until 26 or 27 to get a chance at a big club."
Diarra, 22, has only made four starts since arriving from Stamford Bridge for £2million and Wenger admits there is a chance he could be sold next month.