Arsenal legend Thierry Henry has retired from football at the age of 37, leaving a host of glorious memories behind him.
Yet none may be held more closely in the minds of Arsenal fans than his numerous contributions against North London rivals Tottenham Hotspur.
Since netting his first goal against them in 2000 at Highbury, Henry was a regular thorn in the side of Spurs.
He even led them to clinching winning the 2003/04 Premier League title at White Hart Lane, famously celebrating after the game along with the rest of the team, a moment Tottenham fans will quickly want to forget again.
Arguably his best goal against their rivals came in 2002, when he ran through the Tottenham team to score a superb solo opener in a 3-0 win, sliding on his knees in front of the disbelieving Spurs fans.
We have put together a gallery of Henry's most memorable moments against Spurs for Arsenal fans to enjoy. Tottenham supporters look away now...