"I have to say there was some uncertainty over his future when vice-chairman David Dein left the club earlier this year. Dein brought Wenger to north London and I'm sure the Frenchman would have questioned the club over the former vice-chairman's departure.
"But now that he's committed he can continue to develop this young, capable team.
"He was great to be around when I was a player - he's calm, considered and very intelligent.
"Wenger treats all the players like adults, he always gets a good response from them and I don't think he actually fallen out with anybody who has been under his wings."