To be fair, if Arsenal win the league we'll be dealing with a gloating Piers Morgan... *shudders*
Ask any football fan regardless of who they support and we reckon none of them would have thought that Tottenham Hotspur would be favourites to win the Premier League title at the start of March.
However, after Leicester City dropped two points against West Bromwich Albion, Mauricio Pochettino's side have jumped up to become favourites for their first league title win since 1961!
While we are sure Spurs fans will be delighted about the chance of them winning the league, most neutrals are still hoping that Leicester will pull off the biggest surprise in Premier League history.
And there is one fan and former player who really, really wants to see Leicester win the title instead of Tottenham and that is Arsenal legend, Ian Wright.
The ex-Gunners striker took to Twitter to share a video of a Spurs fan who was being interview on Sky Sports News and he is really not wanting his old North London rivals anywhere near the Premier League trophy:
If Spurs win the league these are the fans you're dealing with Leicester ain't nobodies!! pic.twitter.com/EF7yMrlW2f— Ian Wright (@IanWright0) March 2, 2016
We will agree that Leicester certainly aren't nobodies as they have proved throughout this season, we reckon Arsenal fans could be more annoying if they won the league.
As you can imagine, though, some of the replies to Wright's tweet were pretty glorious and here are some of the best:
Just wondering if you have ever watched Arsenal Fan TV @IanWright0 ?— James Hardy (@jameshardy87) March 2, 2016
Saw a video of an arsenal fan claiming 'Barca, Who Are Ya?'
@IanWright0 come on Ian watch Arsenal fan TV and you will see some tools on there to. Every club has them you can't generalise.— George (@GEORGIE_35) March 2, 2016
@IanWright0 actually that "fan" is in a minority of one. Rest of us are saying nothing— Phil (@Tottenham70) March 2, 2016
@IanWright0 if you had a look round Twitter you'd see Arsenal fans are just as bad...— Tom Clayton (@tclayton92) March 2, 2016