Arsenal fans were given a brief bit of excitement of Monday night when Luis Suarez was spotted at the Emirates Stadium.
Pictures of the star wandering around the famous Arsenal ground could spark off rumours of a transfer to the Gunners but in this instance, it's nothing but mere chance that has brought Suarez to the 60,000-seater stadium.
Fortunately for Liverpool fans, the star of Anfield was only attending The Football Supporters Federation Awards, which was hosted in the Emirates Suite at the home of the north London club on Monday evening.
No one would blame Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger for having a quiet word in Suarez's ear though, especially after the Frenchman's comments on the player that surfaced on Monday morning.
Wenger claimed the Reds star would be a dream to work with, hinting that he is still interested in reigniting his interest in the future.
"I think that every defender in England hates playing against him," the French boss said on Telefoot.
"He has a strong, provocative personality. From the information I gathered on him it appears that on a day-to-day level he is really easy to work with.
"Also that he’s respectful, he loves training, he’s an angel. He turns into a demon when he’s on the pitch.
"We all dream about having players like that."
The Premier League's in-form striker, who has scored eight goals in his last three Premier League appearances, was a transfer target for the Gunners in the summer.
Wenger, under the impression it would trigger a release clause, infamously bid £40m plus £1 for the Uruguayan but was knocked back by Brendan Rodgers and Liverpool owner John W. Heny.
Eventually the Arsenal boss gave up the pursuit and decided to sign Mesut Ozil from Real Madrid for £42.5m instead - scant consolation.