Thierry Henry has backed Arsene Wenger to have the courage of his convictions and deliver Arsenal a trophy by playing attractive football.
The Gunners are without any silverware since beating Manchester United in the 2005 FA Cup final and Wenger has come under increasing pressure to end the drought.
The Arsenal boss, does, however have faith in his philosophy and will continue to stay true to his beliefs in pursuit of glory.
And Henry hopes the fans of the north London club will have something to celebrate once again, sooner rather than later.
"I believe Arsenal are still playing good football," said Arsenal's record goalscorer.
"I became a Gunners' fan for life. Something happened with the fans, which I could not forget.
"I want the team to have success and go forward. Either you say they didn't win anything for six years or you try to go forward with that group.
"It has not been easy for Arsene. Pat Vieira and I left and I agree it is a long transition. This season will be very important for the coach and the club.
"I really hope we will bring back a trophy. But we must not forget what Arsene did for Arsenal.
"In football, it is easy to judge people at the time. But could we find a better solution? We don't know."