With the Gunners in cup action for their next two fixtures, the disruption to their league schedule will be minimal even with a three game ban.
The point saw Arsenal remain in sixth place 21 points behind champions-elect Manchester City.
FA bosses have asked the 68-year-old to provide "observations" of events over the past week, and Wenger does not intend to backtrack on the comments made in the heat of the moment.
Arsenal were on the end of another controversial penalty decision, this time from referee Anthony Taylor, and with the governing body already requesting that he explain his comments in relation to that fixture, he could face more time away from the touchline. Bellerin's later equalizer wiped out Marcos Alonso's strike.
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"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.
Meanwhile, Wenger intends to contest a charge of misconduct from the Football Association. Referee Mike Dean was Wenger's target at West Brom for awarding the hosts a soft penalty for a handball by Arsenal defender Calum Chambers.
"I am 35 years in football", he said.
"I try to serve this game with honesty and integrity and when I have something to say I will say it".
"I think it is a pity because when you have so many chances to score you must win the game", said Conte.