Dan Crowley joined the rest of the Arsenal senior side in first-team training on Sunday afternoon as Arsene Wenger ran the north London side through their paces one last time ahead of their make-or-break clash with Manchester United on Monday night.
The Gunners travel to Old Trafford to face their old rivals in the FA Cup quarter-finals and, with a 3-1 deficit to Monaco standing against them in the Champions League, this is Arsenal's last realistic trophy opportunity of the season.
Wenger's men are the defending champions, of course, but a trip to Manchester United is always a daunting prospect.
Ahead of the tie, though, the Arsenal boss was not afraid to give one of his youth prospects a run-out in training, with 17-year-old playmaker Dan Crowley joining in with the senior side...
A couple of those Crowley might look up to were also in action ahead of the Manchester United clash, with the likes of Santi Cazorla and Mesut Ozil ready and waiting for the trip.
And there was also one of Arsenal's more experienced heads in Tomas Rosicky. All eyes on Manchester United for Wenger's side now - another grudge match awaits.