Wenger notched up 20 years with the Gunners on Thursday and it is widely expected that the Frenchman will finally be leaving the Emirates Stadium at the end of the current campaign following the expiration of his deal with the North London giants.
Ex-Arsenal chairman DDein does not think that the ongoing season will be Wenger's last at the Emirates though and has gone on to state his belief that the 66-year-old still possesses the drive to continue in his role as manager for a few more years.
Dein said on talkSPORT: "Arsene is remarkable.
"His dedication, professionalism, integrity, the respect he has, his modesty, his honesty – he is unusual.
"He still has the fire in his belly. He may want to extend his contract.
"He certainly won't join another club in England. And he is revered all over the world, who would not want to sign him as a manager?"