Ex-Arsenal defender Kenny Sansom has revealed his interest in succeeding Gunners boss Arsene Wenger. The Frenchman is yet to pen a contract extension at the Emirates Stadium despite his current deal coming to an end in the summer, leading to speculation that he could bring his 18-year tenure to an end. Sansom, who played at left-back for Arsenal between 1980 and 1988, is open to an emotional return to north London either in a coaching capacity or by replacing long-serving Wenger in the dug-out. The 55-year-old does not have experience of training club players or managing, and has instead spent much of his retirement participating in matches on the veterans’ circuit. He is also a pundit on radio and television. On social media site Twitter, one of his 18,000 followers asked Sansom: “Would you like to work with Arsenal again? Possibly as a coach or manager?”The ex-England international replied: “100%”Read more Arsenal transfer news.