In a separate case, Wenger has also been asked by the governing body to provide his observations on what he said about penalty decisions which went against the Gunners in both their matches over the festive period.
"I don't know... maybe I would've gone home and commit (sic) suicide tonight", Wenger jokingly told journalists at the post-match press briefing.
Arsene Wenger admits to being "surprised and shocked" at the prospect of facing more Football Association disciplinary action after recent comments made about referees.
Arsene Wenger, Manager of Arsenal looks on prior to kick off during the Barclays Premier League match between Swansea City and Arsenal at Liberty Stadium on March 16, 2013 in Swansea, Wales.
Eric Lichaj's stunning volley put Forest 2-1
"I knew before the game that the last 20 minutes could be hard for us because we have a big disadvantage with the schedule", Wenger said, referencing having to play on Sunday while Chelsea enjoyed a further day's rest.
'I respect everybody's opinion. I have a right to have my opinion and I respect everybody's opinion.
But knowing he was on a yellow card, he was stupid to dive over Andreas Christensen in the second half. What I want from them is to be at the top and I am quite surprised that is shocking.
"When you come here you see football, and unfortunately the games are always spoiled by factors you can't master".
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