Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has revealed who his proudest signings during his time at the Gunners were, as well as what he thinks his biggest mistake at the club was.
Click through the gallery above to see the four players Wenger named as his proudest Arsenal signings.
The Frenchman, who coached Ligue 1 side Monaco, among other clubs, before his time in England, spent 22 years at the north London club after taking charge of them in 1996.
On a television show called What If? on ETL recently, Wenger opened up about various topics, including which Arsenal signings made him the proudest.
"Erm... The ones I am most proud of are the ones that cost little but turned out to be top class. Kolo Toure, Thierry Henry, Sol Campbell, Nicolas Anelka," he answered, according to the Daily Mirror.
The 68-year-old also admitted that his biggest mistake at Arsenal was probably his decision to stay on as manager for so long.
"Perhaps staying at the same club for 22 years. I am someone who likes to move around a lot, but I also like a challenge. I have been a prisoner of my own challenge at times."
Having won three Premier League titles and the FA Cup on seven occasions, among other honours, with the Gunners, Wenger's next destination remains unknown.
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