Former Arsenal youngster wants the club to appoint Jose Mourinho, who is available after being fired by Chelsea.
Former Arsenal academy striker Jay Bothroyd has taken to Twitter to urge the club to consider appointing Jose Mourinho in Arsene Wenger's place.
The Gunners are in fourth position in the Premier League table with four games to go, despite entering 2016 at the top of the league.
Mourinho is available after being dismissed by Chelsea after a poor start to the season, despite winning the league a year ago.
Bothroyd, once capped by England, was an FA Youth Cup winner with Arsenal in 2000, but was sold to Coventry City without making his debut.
He posted a series of tweets on social media explaining the direction he feels his former club should take.
I love what Wenger has done for Arsenal but I think it's the end now. I think Mourinho could be best man 4 the job?— Jay bothroyd (@jaybothroyd) April 20, 2016
Who is the best man for taking Arsenal forward I can't think of many beyond Mourinho.— Jay bothroyd (@jaybothroyd) April 20, 2016
Arsenal fans me included want silverware youth is great but for the amount of money people spend on tickets etc fans want titles... Simple— Jay bothroyd (@jaybothroyd) April 20, 2016
Bothroyd is now 33 and playing in Japan for J-League side Jubilo Iwata.
The Gunners have won just two FA Cup trophies since 2004, failing to mount a serious Premier League challenge, and other than reaching the Champions League Final in 2006, they have not gone far in the competition since, and appear destined to finish trophyless this season.
Arsene Wenger's intentions are unclear, but Jose Mourinho being willing to take over at the Gunners is not considered to be likely.