"When you are not part of that, it is better that it finishes and you move somewhere else".
What may encourage players at Tottenham to seek out other clubs is the wage structure at the club, as Chairman Daniel Levy refuses to pay any player more than £100,000 per week, which is significantly less than other wage structures at other elite clubs Europe.
Despite Arsenal failing to win a single point away from home this calendar year, the players will be determined to give Wenger a fitting send-off, as they did for his final home match.
But Wenger knows the Terriers will be up for the fight at the weekend, despite being in party mood after defying the odds to stay in the top flight for the 2018/19 campaign.
"If you want to make it more attractive you have to go down to 16 (teams)", he said.
Ospina is remaining tight-lipped on any last participant celebrations on the John Smith's Stadium, the place journey sick Arsenal, already assured to complete sixth, will look to select up their first level on the street in 2018.
Many of the Terriers supporters also took a minute to show their respect and join the farewell.
Tom Ince wasted an even better chance on 11 minutes when Pritchard's clever pass sent him clean through on goal, but somehow he spooned his shot well over the crossbar. "There is a little bit of uncertainty there amongst the squad, however, we just hope the club does a really good job in terms of bringing the right person in to succeed Wenger".
The man who will likely be tasked with stopping the Gabon worldwide will be Cristopher Schindler.
The newly-promoted side recognised Wenger's 22 years of service, plus the positive impact he's had on both Arsenal and football in England.
Arsenal are keen to appoint their new manager before the World Cup, while Arsene Wenger will take charge of his final game as boss against Huddersfield on Sunday. "Mkhitaryan plays the ball", Wenger was quoted as saying by the Guardian.
Perhaps the most unsafe player on the pitch come Sunday will be Arsenal's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
In truth this has been one of Wenger's worst seasons at the helm and the statistics prove it.
Löwe went on to liken the feelings on the final whistle at Stamford Bridge to the 2017 Championship Play Off Final, in which Town beat Reading 4 - 3 on penalties to claim their first season in the top flight for 45 years. The Gunners boss will leave the club after nearly 22 years at the helm when the final whistle blows at Huddersfield today.