Arsene Wenger is the former manager of Arsenal Football Club. The Frenchman was the longest-serving boss in the club's history, and also one of the most successful.
Since joining Arsenal in 1996, Wenger has won three Premier League titles, a record seven FA Cups, and also six Community Shields.
Wenger's greatest season in charge of the Gunners was 2003/04 when his side became the first ever team to go through a whole Premier League season unbeaten, for which they were given the knicknam: 'The Invincibles'. Wenger came close to winning the Champions League two years later, but lost out 2-1 to Barcelona after playing most of the match with 10 men.
Wenger started managerial life in his native France, winning the Ligue 1 title with Monaco before moving to Japan, where he won a couple of cups.
Wenger was a relative unknown in England when Arsenal appointed him in 1996, but his reputation as one of the great managers of the Premier League era has been sealed off the back of numerous titles and FA Cup wins.