ARSENAL manager Arsene Wenger will face disappointed shareholders today – but goes into the meeting with a ringing endorsement from club chiefs.<br /><br />Wenger is due to attend a question and answer session in which the Frenchman’s failure to win a trophy for a fourth year in succession is sure to be scrutinised and dissected.<br /><br />Another barren year has seen increased pressure on the manager and led to fierce criticism of his reliance on young players rather and his reluctance to spend money.<br /><br />But Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis insists there is no need for wholesale changes, despite admitting his frustration at finishing fourth in the Premier League.<br /><br />“I’m not happy where we ended up but I am pleased we are disappointed by it,” Gazidis said. “But we should not be over-reactive and feel we are in crisis. We’re not. Does the team need to be supplemented? Quite possibly but it is a very, very promising situation for the next four or five years.”<br /><br />Meanwhile, the club have denied reports long-serving assistant manager Pat Rice could retire in the summer.