Nonetheless, the 67-year-old still has the backing of the club hierarchy and has reportedly been offered a new contract for the next season and beyond.
Ozil is slowly developing frustrated with Arsenal's inability to truly fight for silverware and believes they have to spend large to be able to conflict Europe's top-notch teams. I give him as well as a little bit of a priority to the guys who know the Arsenal values, who are here for a long time.
"I can understand the subject is of interest but to me what is of interest is what's happening on the football pitch".
"I'm very happy. I have a connection with the club".
"It's not just important for me but for the whole club".
Wenger himself is out of contract at the end of the season, but once again refused to provide clarification on his future as he focused on Monday's away game at Crystal Palace.
Arsenal boss Wenger had previously said not being picked by Hodgson had given Walcott the encouragement to kick on and he has already hit 19 goals this season, largely playing out wide for the Gunners and captaining them on occasion.
Mesut Ozil has indicated the future of Arsene Wenger remains critical to his own at Arsenal, saying he has a "super understanding" with the Gunners manager.
Players surplus to requirements, like right-back pairing Mathieu Debuchy and Carl Jenkinson, are also likely to leave the side and further departures could follow as players like Lucas Perez and Chuba Akpom eye more regular first-team opportunities.
"We've all felt it coming over the last period of time", Quinn told Sky Sports. "The club comes first, not Mesut Ozil or anyone".
West Ham are 15th in the Premier League table at the moment with 33 points from 31 matches, just five points above the relegation zone.
"I believe that he basically wants to stay at the club", he said of the Chile forward.
'But usually that is left more to defenders, to defensive positions, because they are more focused and they see what is in front of them more than strikers.