New York Red Bulls striker Thierry Henry 'hopes with all his heart' that Arsenal can finally end their trophy drought this season.
The Gunners have failed to win any silverware since since the FA Cup final victory over Manchester United in 2005 and Arsene Wenger has come under increasing pressure in recent months.
Wenger recently celebrated his 15th year at the helm but, earlier this season, some were suggesting the Frenchman's days at the Emirates Stadium could be numbered.
However, a recent run of good form has somewhat quietened any ill feeling, and Henry believes nobody has a better chance of winning trophies at Arsenal than Wenger.
"The day he stops, quite a lot of people will realise what he's done for the club," Henry told The Sun.
"It's always easy to criticise but can you find better than Wenger?
"It hasn't been easy for Arsene. I hope with all my heart that we'll win a trophy.
"The two Manchester clubs will make it difficult but, once again, let's not forget what Arsene has done for Arsenal.
"It's always easy to judge on the spur of the moment in football, that's the way it is."