Arsenal forward Yaya Sanogo, a 21-year-old who will likely be playing understudy to primary striking weapon Olivier Giroud this season, has posted a picture of himself sporting the new Puma home kit on his official Instagram account.
While Arsene Wenger has completed deals for four players already this summer, with Alexis Sanchez, Mathieu Debuchy, Calum Chambers and David Ospina all agreeing deals with the Gunners, the general consensus amongst supporters was that two problem areas needed to be addressed - quality of striking options and defensive midfield.
Earlier in the week, football pundit Stan Collymore intimated that Sami Khedira's transfer from Real Madrid to Arsenal remained "100% on" so, if true, that would leave Wenger with just one position to address.
However, the Frenchman may feel confident with the players already available to him.
L'Equipe reported this week that Olivier Giroud will be handed a new four-year contract, while Joel Campbell - who starred at the World Cup for Costa Rica - is also expected to be given chances to make an impact.
It may well be Sanogo who most encourages Wenger, though. The up-and-coming athlete has tremendous potential, is physically impressive and has the technical grace required to play well with the ball at his feet.