Arsenal boss Wenger happy sack saga has moved onto Chelsea's Di Matteo
"Circumstances went a bit for us on Saturday but what is important is to win the game and to build and lift the confidence.
"Look, today we live in a world today that is completely emotional. You have one defeat, you listen to people who say 'get him out, get the player out, get the manager out'.
"Now they speak of Roberto Di Matteo. He's just won the Champions League and the FA Cup a few months ago!"