Olivier Giroud claims Arsenal's players all "support" Arsene Wenger and want the manager to sign a new deal to stay at the club next season.
The Frenchman, 67, has come under increasing pressure in recent weeks, with fans responding to defeats in the Premier League, and the 10-2 aggregate loss to Bayern Munich in the Champions League, by calling for him to leave.
Wenger revealed on Saturday he has already made a decision, but is yet to reveal what he intends to do.
"He surrounds himself with yes men".
The controversial Arsenal fan even says he would not trust the French manager "to buy me a good sandwhich, let alone a world-class player".
Whilst that means the board could still refuse to extend Wenger's deal, which expires at the end of the season, the likelihood is they'll hand him new terms if he wants to stay.
Sutton said on BBC Radio 5 live: "The last 13 years have been a disaster and the two FA Cups have papered over the cracks".
"I'll be surprised if he goes", Pulis told reporters after the game.
"Let's stop this other myth of "be careful what you wish for" and 'what are we going to get?' and 'how do we beat a guy with this record?'"
If Wenger has made a decision to sign a new deal at the club, announcing as much isn't likely to help in regards to the recent protests, but the uncertainty over his future is equally problematic.
Although Dortmund are third in the Bundesliga and are not guaranteed European football next season, they have progressed to the Champions League quarter-finals, where they will meet Monaco. The club has won won the Premier League since 2004.