Wenger remains skeptical about international football.
He told The Times: "A club manager gives a style to his team and creates a team on a longer term. A national manager, I would say, is like a cook who does not have a lot of time to prepare his dishes. Fast food - that is a national manager's job. He has to make a quick meal and he has little time to do it and it has to be as good as possible.
"There's little time to practise, to work on the style of the team, so he has to choose the players who can co-operate together, who can click - and not simply the best ones. He needs a sixth sense to feel how that can work. It's instinctive, quick-fix management."