Wenger did hint at staying in London beyond the 2016-17 campaign when asked if he is planning for next season.
Arsenal and manager Arsene Wenger have come under renewed pressure to part ways, after a leading fans' group said the overwhelming majority of its members were against him staying. "Of course you can do that".
"I know what players we can target and we are always honest when we speak with these people".
"It's not always a motorway because sometimes it's a bumpy way and you still need to get to the destination".
The players in the England team at the start of the 21st century were known as the "golden generation", and Guardiola said he felt they should have achieved more.
Arsenal, with one English Premier League win in its last five games, has slipped to sixth place with the very real prospect of not qualifying for the Champions League for the first time since 1997.
The long-serving Wenger's position has been the subject of intense speculation in recent weeks with his side having lost six of their past nine games.
Victory for Arsene Wenger's Arsenal would end a Premier League win drought of almost two months, and be their first over one of the "Big Six" since they beat Chelsea 3-0 in September, a result which saw the west London side's coach Antonio Conte change tactics and kick-start a charge towards the title. I still watch every football game.
Pep Guardiola knows Man City face a tough stretch of games near season's end that will influence their spot in the table. However, this might be a ideal game for the manager, with Arsenal fans not expecting to get anything from today's game, the team can play a free flowing attacking game with nothing to lose.
"We believe the board's role now is to successfully manage the transition to a new manager, an eventuality for which they have had plenty of warning and time to prepare. Our job is to perform - can you perform despite that?"
He also called for his players to "be men" and concern themselves more with performances on the pitch rather than any uncertainty off it. I promise you, 100 percent. "The situation is not sorted out and I believe at the moment we probably focus on what is essential. He said he wants to win the championship, that's what everybody wants and I can understand that completely".
"I see him fighting to carry on because the club is his life, he loves the club". Only 15 per cent said "yes" and 78 per cent of respondents said "no".
Arsenal FC is going through a rough period lately with the voices of fans that don't support boss Arsene Wenger getting louder.