The Premier League has played host to some of the greatest football teams we have ever seen over the years.
Widely considered the most difficult league in the world to win, the proving grounds of England have seen some truly iconic bands of brothers emerge to conquer the top flight together.
Pep Guardiola's Manchester City are one of those sides, breaking all sorts of records in recent times to clinch domestic glory.
Jurgen Klopp's title-winning Liverpool were also very special as they blew all-comers away in one of the most dominant wins in living memory.
Arsene Wenger's Invincibles
However, when it comes to the argument over the greatest team of them all, it is hard to overlook Arsenal's Invincibles of 2003/04.
Sure they may not have racked up the astronomical point counts of recent Liverpool and Man City romps, and sure they may not have claimed any European glory, but the fact that they weren't beaten over the course of a season is truly astounding.
With the likes of Thierry Henry, Sol Campbell, Denis Bergkamp, Patrick Vieira, Gilberto Silva and Robert Pires - to name but a few - in their ranks, Arsene Wenger's side will go down as one of the most iconic ever crafted.
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Arsene Wenger: Invincible documentary
Now, a documentary covering that superb team and the years either side, in the words of Wenger himself, is set for release in November.
As the genius behind it, who better to hear from than the veteran French gaffer on what made that team so absolutely unstoppable.
The trailer for the film, titled: 'Arsène Wenger: Invincible' was released today, and is certainly making a splash on social media.
Whether you are of the opinion that the Invincibles are the GOATs or not, this documentary certainly looks like one not to be missed.
Wenger transformed the Premier League after taking the helm at Highbury, meticulously crafting the Gunners into a English behemoth and dragging the rest of the top flight with him as he did so.
The man won just about everything there is to win during his time in north London but, perhaps, high above all of those remarkable achievements, his Invincible side will always stand alone.