It appears Arsenal fans aren't particular fussed about the club's new kit as their responses to the launch contain the one same demand.
The Gunners took to social media on Thursday morning to proudly unveil their new Adidas threads inspired by the iconic 2006 World Cup Teamgeist range, awash with red, gold and white.
However, Arsenal's fans appeared less enamoured by the announcement as they had only one thing on their minds.
Mikel Arteta's men travel to Old Trafford to face Manchester United on Thursday evening and it appears Gunners fans are too desperate to see their team win to take in the club's classy new clothing.
Arsenal's latest post was hijacked with a flurry of responses calling for the club to "please just win" when they take on the Red Devils.
The north Londoners are currently fifth in the Premier League table but three points at Old Trafford would see them leapfrog West Ham, who could only manage a 1-1 draw with Brighton last night, and claim a spot in the top four – with it, a provisional Champions League place.
It would cap a remarkable rise after Arteta's men were previously rooted to the bottom of the league table following three successive defeats in their opening three games of the season.
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While a significant section of the replies solely stated "please win" and "win against Man United", others offered up more detailed pleas.
One fan wrote: "Just make sure we win today and enter top four please" while another added, "An Arsenal win will take us to fourth place two points above West Ham. Don't bottle things like you always do. For once, at least take advantage".
Though the majority of fans could only focus on the match at hand, the club will be pleased that they did at least receive some feedback amid the demands to depart Manchester with all three points.
One Twitter user replied: "Those look awesome. Let's win the game ahead today and make it six games undefeated against Man United and make an eight point stretch from us to them."
However, the club will be less satisfied by a rather brutal response that read: "We need to beat Man U because these kits are a massive L."
The Gunners head to Old Trafford in fine form having lost only one of their previous 12 matches in all competitions, but will be aware of United's potential new manager bounce after German coach Rangnick arrived as the club's new interim boss earlier this week.
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