Ex Manchester United mainstay believes Arsenal, not Manchester City, Liverpool or Chelsea must be credited with the most aesthetically-pleasing style.
A number of Premier League clubs could claim the title of possessing the best football style in the country with Liverpool's attack-first and attack-fast approach last season paying dividends in many games, Manchester City's powerful yet technical and "Invincible" tactics also being must-see TV and Chelsea now containing a classic Jose Mourinho style spine in Courtois - Cahill - Matic - Fabregas - Costa but it is Arsenal who have received special press from Gary Neville.
The 39-year-old was discussing the role of Jack Wilshere within the England set-up, but mentioned his current club; Arsenal, a team who "play the best football year in, year out."
The renowned pundit represented Manchester United at a professional level for two decades, competed in over 600 matches in all competitions and won an unprecedented eight Premier League titles and has two Champions League winners medals.
Neville is revered for his impartiality as an analyst but with the sheer number of candidates to choose from when selecting who plays the best football "year in, year out" is it perhaps surprising that Neville has elected to choose a club who have not returned the Premier League crown since 2004?