Welcome to Golden Goals - a FREE video series on USA.Arsenal.com which showcases some of the finest goals in Arsenal's history.
Each of our weekly clips will feature footage of a classic goal plus expert analysis from former Gunner Stewart Robson and Arsenal.com editor Richard Clarke.
Our series continues with Ian Wright's impudent finish against Everton in 1993.
Read on for the story of his goal and click the PLAY button above to watch our FREE video clip.
Wright v Everton (H) 08-28-1993
On the last day of the 1991/92 season, Ian Wright sent off the old North Bank terrace in style: a hat-trick against Southampton. And the striker didn't take long to impress the fans in its all-seater replacement at the start of the 1993/94 campaign.
While a hat-trick at Highbury by Coventry's Mickey Quinn on the opening day of that season got the new era off to an inauspicious start, Wrighty made his mark in the third home game.
With winners at Tottenham and Sheffield Wednesday, the England man was in top form. And in this game against Everton, he was already on the scoresheet when David Seaman launched a long punt down-field.
It just cleared the head of Gary Ablett and the ever alert Wright raced to the ball.
After one bounce, the striker juggled it one way and then the other to leave Matt Jackson floundering. With the defender turned every which way, Wright lifted a cheeky lob over the imposing figure of Neville Southall in the Everton goal.
He immediately ran to the new North Bank Stand and embraced the adoring fans in the front row.
It was a scene that would be repeated many times in the months and years to come.