When asked if he had plans to make major signings in the January transfer window, Wenger kept his cards close to his chest.
"I believe the support from the board is there to spend the money if we find the players," he said.
Another manager under pressure is Martin O'Neill, whose Sunderland team remained just a point above the relegation zone after losing 2-1 to Norwich in Sunday's only Premier League fixture.
The former Aston Villa, Celtic and Leicester boss, who was a European Cup winner with Nottingham Forest as a player, was frustrated after the result left his side with just two wins from 14 games.
"We started off very tentatively -- the first goal we conceded was poor and the second was even worse," the Northern Irishman said.
"We should have taken something from the game. It's very frustrating to come away with nothing."