Arsene Wenger stuck it to his critics as his side beat Hull City 4-0 away from home to progress to the FA Cup quarter-finals.
Despite the win, a section of fans in the away end at the KC Stadium unfurled a banner calling on the Frenchman to quit the club at the end of the season.
Arsenal lost three games in a row during the last fortnight which increased supporter angst, with their Champions League and Premier League challenges taking a dent.
Former Gunner Ian Wright was angry to see the banner, and hit out on Twitter at one of the supporters who claimed to have held it up, and to be proud to have done so.
@IanWright0 maybe you should respect the fans who have a voice an want change, I held it up, why don't you say it to me mate— Mr Marmite DT © (@DeejayDt) March 8, 2016
.@DeejayDt I'll disrespect you all day long unfurling your muggy banner after a 4-0 win and plenty enough games left in the league.— Ian Wright (@IanWright0) March 8, 2016
Arsenal are eight points behind leaders Leicester City in the Premier League but have a bit of belief back thanks to the FA Cup win, where they are bidding to become the first club since the 1880s to win the trophy for three consecutive years in a row.
The Gunners face Watford at The Emirates at the weekend in the cup, and a loss would suddenly turn the scrutiny back onto Wenger.