Arsenal have released a video teaser ahead of the launch of their new away kit - but fans will have to wait a little longer until official images of the eagerly-awaited strip are made available.
The reverse shirt for the 2013/14 season will be Arsenal's last made by American sportswear giant Nike before the north London club begin their huge sponsorship deal with Puma from next summer.
Arsenal's deal with Puma is set to last five years and will earn them £30 million each season - the most lucrative contract of its kind in the Premier League and one that places them behind only Real Madrid in the global rankings.
The final shirt manufactured by Nike is set to see Arsenal return to their traditional yellow away colours, having opted for purple hoops during the 2012/13 campaign.
Arsenal have yet to unveil their latest strip, although the teaser featuring the likes of Theo Walcott, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Aaron Ramsey will provide Gunners fans with some added excitement during a busy summer period.
Leaked images on Twitter show a retro looking yellow shirt with a blue collar and sleeve trim, with Nike choosing to pay tribute to Arsenal's past as their long association with the club comes to an end.