Arsene Wenger was presented with a photographic loyal show of support after Arsenal's 2-0 win against Manchester United on Sunday.
The Arsenal boss has been under intense scrutiny lately, with between 50 and 100 fans walking to the Emirates Sunday carrying signs asking for his removal.
But not all supporters of the London club want to see the Frenchman leave at the end of the season, and one group of fans presented the manager with a gift as he left the stadium after topping Jose Mourinho for the first time in the Premier League with a 2-0 win over Manchester United on Sunday.
A group of supporters from Tokyo wanted to show their support for the manager from across the globe, so they sent Wenger a gift: a photo of the group standing outside of an Arsenal themed bar in Japan holding signs saying "In Wenger We Trust."
The images above show the 67-year-old holding the supportive photo up as he's leaving the ground after Sunday's win.
The fans from Japan were not the only ones to show support for keeping Wenger with the Gunners either. One fan was on hand trying to persuade the #WengerOut group that losing the current boss wouldn't be much help at all.
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Arsenal fan persuades #WengerOut protest THEY ARE WRONG "You're just wrong blud" Posted by Goal.com on Sunday, 7 May 2017