Freddie Ljungberg has no regrets over his decision to leave Arsenal last season.
The Swede took temporary charge after Unai Emery's sacking and decided to leave the club altogether in August.
He said on Sky Sports: “Everybody knows how much I love that club and I have a lot of good relationships.
“I felt that I am ready to manage myself and to be able to do that I felt I had to leave and stand on my own two feet.
“It wasn't an easy decision but I needed to do it."