Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has said he can handle the jeering from fans but can never accept them questioning his love for Arsenal.
Arsenal made a stunning second-half fight back with three goals in 16 minutes in the FA Cup fourth-round clash against Aston Villa, which they won 3-2.
The Gunners fans booed Wenger during the half time when his side was trailing 2-0 to Villa, and, it was nothing like last week's chorus of resentment when Wenger subbed Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain with Andrey Arshavin.
"I must tell you I just want to do well for this club that I love," The Sun quoted Wenger, as saying. "I understand that people question my decisions. I wouldn't understand they question my commitment and dedication to this club. I understand they''re unhappy sometimes with the decisions I make," he added.
Wenger also believes his side played positively as compared to the last game against Manchester United at the Emirates. "I felt they were quite positive compared to last time. Maybe because we're just coming out of a bad period," he added.
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