Arsenal visit West Ham on Saturday hoping to maintain their unbeaten start to the season. The last time the Gunners won at Upton Park was in 2000 when Robert Pires scored his first league goal for the club.

Arsenal.com's Matt Fortune kicks off our comprehensive build-up to the Premier League tie with a look at the names who have graced the shirts of both clubs.

Freddie Ljungberg
Arsenal 1998-07
- Games 328, Goals 72
West Ham 2007-Present
During his time at Arsenal, Freddie won two Premiership titles, three FA Cups and one Community Shield. Freddie also became the first player for 40 years to score in consecutive FA Cup Finals by netting against Liverpool in 2001 and then Chelsea the following year. Freddie was named Premiership Player of the Season in 2002 - a campaign in which he scored 17 goals from midfield, helping Arsenal to win the 'double'.

Luis Boa Morte
Arsenal 1997-1999
- Games 40, Goals 4
West Ham 2007- Present
During his two seasons at Arsenal, Luis played both upfront and out wide. Signed by Arsène Wenger from Sporting Lisbon, the Portuguese international moved to Southampton and then Fulham before joining West Ham in January 2007.

Matthew Upson
Arsenal 1997-03
- Games 56, Goals 0
West Ham 2007- Present
Matthew was signed in 1997 from Luton Town and in his time with Gunners won a 2002 Premiership Champions medal. He joined Birmingham City before signing for West Ham in January 2007, but was injured for a large part of that season. He has recently enjoyed a good run in the side, and has helped the East London outfit to seventh in the league.

Richard Wright
Arsenal 2001-02
- Games 22
West Ham 2007-Present
Richard was bought from Ipswich as a potential replacement for David Seaman. The goalkeeper though failed to hold down a regular place in the starting line-up and joined Everton in summer 2002. He was signed by Alan Curbishley last summer but is yet to feature for West Ham.

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