Wherever you look around Emirates Stadium, you will see the influence of Arsene Wenger.
From the players he has developed, to the silverware that takes pride of place in the club's trophy room, his touch is on everything.
But not only that, if you look around the stadium you will see images and quotes celebrating his greatest achievements from his near 22-year spell as our manager.
Click the 'Play' button above to watch our special video, and below you can see the quotes that adorn the walls of the stadium.
Images and quotes around Emirates Stadium
1. "We all want to be the best and I believe I can be the best with Arsenal. I have a long-term vision for the club."
Arsene Wenger, upon taking charge on September 28, 1996.
2. "Tony Adams, put through by Bould... would you believe it! That sums it all up."
Commentator Martin Tyler's iconic line in 1998 as Tony Adams scored to seal a 4-0 victory over Everton as Wenger won his first Premier League title.
3. In the lower concourse at Emirates Stadium, you will see pictures of all of our managers throughout history, including Wenger.
4. "The star of the season was the squad"
Wenger in 2002 after we won the title at Old Trafford to complete our second double under him.
5. A graphic on the concourse to commemorate our famous 49-game unbeaten run from May 2003 to October 2004, arguably Wenger's greatest achievement as Arsenal manager.
6. "From the moment we beat Everton with 10 men on the first day of the season to the last day, to never have a bad day, says so much for the mental strength of this side."
Arsene Wenger after lifting the title in 2004, beating Leicester City 2-1 at Highbury on the final day.
7. "Their fans must think it's like being in heaven! And they should enjoy it while it lasts and for as long as they can 'cos it's better than being in heaven. Heaven certainly would not be this good!"
Brian Clough salutes the Invincibles in 2004
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