Former West Ham striker turned pundit, Dean Ashton, is the latest former Premier League star to name his all-time Premier League starting XI, and he picked three Arsenal players.
He added some surprising names to the list and because he can choose just 11 players he unsurprisingly left out a few other high profile names too.
However, the ex-Premier League striker named three Arsenal players in his starting XI, all of which were players who helped the Gunners compete for dominance with Manchester United in the 90s/2000s.
He also picked four players from Manchester United in his starting XI and there was a place for Liverpool right-back Trent Alexander-Arnold in his defence too.
The Arsenal players that he picked as published by Talksport, were Tony Adams, Patrick Vieira and Dennis Bergkamp.
Ashton names Adams as a central defensive partner to Manchester United centre half, Rio Ferdinand.
Vieira was part of a central midfield two that also saw him partner Liverpool star, Steven Gerrard.
After picking Cristiano Ronaldo and David Beckham to play on both wings, he used Dennis Bergkamp and Alan Shearer as his strikers.
Manchester United’s Peter Schmeichel got the nod in goal ahead of other legendary goalkeepers.
Arsenal fans will be wondering why he never named Thierry Henry in his attack, but Bergkamp was equally a special player.