Statues honouring three of the finest players to represent Arsenal are to be unveiled as part of the club's 125th anniversary celebrations.
Herbert Chapman, who led the Gunners to their first league titles in 1931 and 1933, will be jointly recognised with former skipper Tony Adams and record goalscorer Thierry Henry.
Centre-back Adams captained Arsenal to four league titles, while Henry scored 226 times for the north London side.
The statues will be unveiled on Friday.
They will be situated in prominent positions outside Emirates Stadium.
Chapman, who had won an FA Cup and two league titles at Huddersfield, was appointed Arsenal manager in 1925 and, within two years, had taken the Gunners to their first FA Cup final.
DID YOU KNOW?
- Chapman was such a shrewd operator in the transfer market that he reportedly tipped a barman £2 to help him get Bolton's directors drunk during negotiations in 1928 to buy Wanderers' attacking player David Jack.
- Bolton wanted £13,000 for Jack - double the record fee. But Chapman persuaded the barman to give him "gin and tonics without the gin" while Bolton's directors should have "doubles of whatever they choose". The result was that Arsenal got their man for less than £11,000
They made history in that game - but not for the best of reasons for them as they lost to Cardiff to result in the FA Cup residing in Wales for the first and only time.
But he soon made up for those disappointments by winning the championship in both 1930-1 and 1932-3.
His achievements may have grown further but a severe cold picked up in early 1934 turned into pneumonia and he never recovered and died soon afterwards at the age of 55.
Adams joined Arsenal as a 17-year-old in 1984 and went on to make 674 appearances by the time he retired in 2002,with 49 goals.
His partnerships at the heart of the Arsenal defence with Steve Bould and Martin Keown were legendary and, under George Graham, reinforced the north London side's reputation for grinding out narrow victories. "One-nil to the Arsenal", sung to the tune of the Pet Shop Boys' "Go West", was frequently heard coming from the old North Bank at Highbury.
Henry was an integral part of Arsene Wenger's "Invincibles" team which were unbeaten in the league during their title-winning 2003-4 season.
Signed from Juventus as a 21-year-old in the summer of 1999, Henry scored 226 goals in 337 starts to eclipse other Arsenal legends Ian Wright (185 from 279 starts) and Cliff Bastin (178 in 396 games).
The Frenchman reached third place on the list of Premier League goalscorers, behind Alan Shearer (260) and Andrew Cole (187) before moving to Barcelona for £16.1m in June 2007.