There’s nothing quite like the pre-match banter between Arsenal and Spurs ahead of the North London derby.
Just about everyone has piped up and had their say ahead of today’s clash at the Emirates.
We’ve had players, fans and even politicians getting in on the rivalry in the build-up to the game.
And now it’s the turn of the club legends.
Former Gunners striker Ian Wright has been doing his best to get a reaction out of Spurs fans on social media after tweeting his excitement ahead of the fixture.
Wright said: “My god!I love the NLD nerves! Only game I miss playing! Nothing beats sending them home hating me. 16yrs later they still hate me! Job done.”
You can check out his post below.
my god!I love the NLD nerves! Only game I miss playing! Nothing beats sending them home hating me.16yrs later they still hate me! Job done ?
— Ian Wright (@IanWright0) November 8, 2015
Wright’s tweet will no doubt cast up some unpleasant memories for Spurs fans.
The ex-England striker netted 185 goals for the Gunners during his time there, with his goalscoring achievements only surpassed by that of the club’s greatest every player, Thierry Henry.