This is rather lovely from the Gunners boss!
Of all the football managers to be a massive David Bowie fan, should we really be shocked that Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is a big fan of the Starman who sadly passed away after an 18-month battle with cancer this week.
With Bowie's passing, Wenger took the time to pay tribute to the singer ahead of the Gunners' clash with Liverpool on Tuesday evening. Although some would want to know who the Frenchman was after in the transfer window, everyone in the press conference seemed to listen very keenly to the tribute.
Wenger revealed that the message David Bowie sent in his music was very important: "Yes I am a fan of [Bowie's] music of course. The message he gave to my generation was very important because it was after the Second World War.
"What I keep from his message is: Be strong enough to be yourself. That is a very strong message and that was very important for my generation."
And we can definitely see that Wenger seemingly is strong enough to continue being himself, regardless of many fans calling for the Gunners to splash the cash and sign even more big name players.
We reckon that the Arsenal boss will send the same message to his side when they take on Liverpool at Anfield as they look to move even further ahead of Leicester City at the top of the Premier League table.