Arsene Wenger says he will never retire from his position as Arsenal manager.The Frenchman, who turns 60 on Thursday, has revealed he is keen to sign a contract extension when his current one expires in 2011and sees himself managing well into his 70s."I'd never want to go anywhere else. Touch wood, as long as I have my health, I would want to work as long as I live but adapted to my potential," Wenger said."It doesn't always need to be physical work, it can be more intellectual. You cannot be 75 and on the pitch, although someone like Trapattoni has done well."I am in a job where you always look in front of you. Unfortunately, the older you get, the less distance there is in front of you."Wenger admitted the youth of his current team keeps things exciting and helps him feel young."But football is exciting because when you have a team like I have now, it is absolutely exciting because you know that there is potential in this team and it's down to me to get it out," he added."This team keeps me young. I believe as well, it's a state of mind. People at 40 can be young physically but old mentally."This job helps you because you never have any certainty, you always question things and you always have to question yourself and I believe that's the basis of staying young in your head."As you get older, everybody will tell you there is a big contrast, massive contrast, between how you look and how you feel."I have to, from now on, assess myself every two years because in this job, with the way I work, it's very hands-on. You cannot delegate a lot so it is hard work."