The Arsenal midfielder politely answered everything asked of him in his post-match interview after Arsenal's dramatic 3-2 victory over Crystal Palace on Thursday night but he has clearly grown exhausted of answering the same old questions every time he shows glimpses of what he's capable of.
At a time when there are still doubts about Wenger's abilities despite his remarkable longevity - in overseeing his 810th Premier League fixture the Frenchman equalled the record of Sir Alex Ferguson - his team displayed so numerous traits he inspires.
Having been hailed as "the future of English football" by Barcelona legend Xavi, Wilshere endured a tough few years but produced a fantastic display against Palace, setting up Alexis Sanchez for what would ultimately prove to be the deciding goal.
25' - GOAL! Crystal Palace 0-1 Arsenal (Mustafi) Wilshere wins a free-kick which is tossed into the box and some head-tennis ensues before the ball arrives at the feet of Lacazette, down the right side of the box.
The hosts' equalising goal began as so many of theirs do. Palace remains one point off the drop zone.
Alexis Sanchez was the difference as Arsenal survived a pair of second-half scares to edge past Palace.
Despite leading, Arsenal's form this season meant only another goal would make victory look likely, and its fans had to wait only four more minutes.
With a brilliant chipped-pass from inside his own half, Jack Wilshere - often a peripheral figure this season - sent Sanchez into space in the Palace area and, after he impressively controlled, the Chilean routinely poked beyond Speroni.
James Tomkins gave Palace a lifeline on 89 minutes with a headed consolation from Townsend's corner but the Eagles ran out of time.
Further pressure was to follow, but Roy Hodgson's team were unable to score once again.