Arsene Wenger insists there is always reason to question himself and look for improvement, even though he stands on the verge of completing 1,000 games in charge of Arsenal.
The 64-year-old Frenchman, appointed in late September 1996, will reach the personal landmark at Chelsea on Saturday.
Wenger has seen and done it all since arriving at Highbury as a relative unknown coach some 17 seasons ago, but the Frenchman insists the desire to better himself burns as fierce as ever.
“You learn from every game,” Wenger said on Arsenal Player.
“You learn more from the lost games than the games won.”
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