The England defender joined the social networking site this weekend and has already bitten back at the Gunners supporters who chose to have a pop at their former fullback.
Chelsea defender Ashley Cole made his Twitter debut on Sunday and has already used the social network website to taunt Arsenal supporters by boasting his trophy haul since leaving the north London club in 2006.
The 31-year-old fullback, with 98 England caps to his name, was barracked by Gunners fans who are still bitter at the way he left the club for city rival Chelsea six years ago.
Since then Arsene Wenger's side failed to claim a single major honor - the 2005 FA Cup its last trophy - whereas Cole has added Premier League title, four FA Cups, a League Cup, a Community Shield and a Champions League winners' medal to his own personal collection.
And Cole took no time in reminding those Gunners fans who attempted to belittle him of their own side’s deficiencies in recent times, tweeting: "I am what I am!!! Winnerrr!!!! Hahahahahahah, 11 to me 0 for you!!!”
The left back then attached a photograph of him with the Champions League trophy.
Additionally, Cole responded to celebrity fan Piers Morgan's taunt - calling the defender "Cashley", a reference to the way in which he left his former club - responding: “@piersmorgan Guess Whos winning... !!"
Cole continued by tweeting a mocked up image of the eight trophies he has picked up since his arrival at Stamford Bridge, alongside the Arsenal badge and a blank space.
Furthermore, he later tweeted: "tut tut tut, love to give it out but cant take it when the truth is told, babies!!!! thought people on here had sense of humour!!!!!"