Lukas Podolski has sealed his transfer from Arsenal to Galatasaray, but not without taking one last dig at the Gunner's North London rivals.
The German international sent a goodbye message to fans on Twitter, with a short montage of his favourite moments at the club.
It was accompanied by a short message which contained the excerpt: "Who is Tottenham?", and included a photo of himself celebrating in the stands at White Hart Lane.
Podolski signed for Arsenal in 2012 from Cologne, and left after failing to get promises for the upcoming season over first team football.
He spent the second half of last season on loan at Italian Serie A side Inter Milan.
The forward was not shy of speaking ill of rivals Spurs during his time at the club, previously responding to unsubstantiated claims he was a target for the club, by tweeting: "Hell will freeze over before this transfer would happen."
He also said during a Twitter Q&A in 2014, as reported by The Metro, that he would rather retire than play for Tottenham.
It seems he could not resist one last opportunity to get another jab in, but even over in Turkey, he is so active on his social media accounts that there remains a chance he will do so again in the future.