If there's one image to sum up the gulf between Arsenal and Sutton United, it's the visiting dressing room at Gander Green Lane.
The Gunners face the non-league side in Monday's FA Cup fifth-round clash as they look to bounce back from the 5-1 humbling at the hands of Bayern Munich.
Lincoln City await the victors in the quarter-finals, with Arsene Wenger's side facing a team that sit 17th place in the National League.
And the likes of World Cup winner Per Mertesacker, who appears to be in the starting XI, will surely never have experienced anything like what's about to greet him at Sutton.
With wooden benches and barely a few centimetres between each 'seat', the Gunners will certainly be anything but comfortable in the away dressing room.
The north Londoners are aiming to reach the sixth round of the FA Cup for the fourth season in a row, something they haven't achieved since 2005.