Arsene Wenger celebrated 17 years as Arsenal manager on Tuesday and, following the summer retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson, the Frenchman is now the longest serving coach in the league. And by some distance.
Wenger represents a bastion of stability following months of upheaval elsewhere, and his managerial stint has lasted over 14 years longer than his nearest competitor in the top-flight - Alan Pardew at Newcastle.
Now that Ferguson is no more at Old Trafford, Wenger is one of only two Premier League winning managers in the division, and stands alone as the most successful boss in terms of domestic trophies won in England.
In fact, the Arsenal supremo has achieved as many trophies in his tenure with the Gunners as the rest of the 19 other managers have mustered between them. But how is this broken down? Find out here...
(With thanks to Sporting Intelligence for the stats)