The English FA have targeted Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger as a possible replacement to Sam Allardyce, and the Gunners gaffer hasn't yet ruled out the move.

Wenger's deal at Arsenal runs out at the end of the current season, although Arsenal are expected to offer the Frenchman another two-year deal, which will take him into his 23rd season at Arsenal should he accept.

Following Arsenal's 2-0 win in the UEFA Champions League over Basel on Thursday morning, the 66-year-old said he was flattered that he had been linked to the national job, but did admit that his mind was only on one thing this season.

"Of course. But my priority has always been this club. Until the end of this season I'm here," Wenger said.

In the meantime, Gareth Southgate will take charge of the team's upcoming internationals against Scotland and Spain in November.