The campaign to persuade Alexis Sanchez to stay at Arsenal has taken a bizarre new turn.
With his contract running down, Gunners fans are pulling out all the stops to convince their star man the Emirates Stadium is the place to be - not just for him, but also his dogs.
Alexis' love affair with his two pets, Atom and Humber, has become the stuff of legend on social media, with the Chilean creating a dedicated Instagram account for them and even stitching their names on his boots.
And in an apparent attempt by fans to show that their love for the player extends to his family, a banner dedicated to the dogs is now taking pride of place at the Emirates.
Thoughts? pic.twitter.com/YlxVadDETI— Sultan (@WMFormation) January 20, 2017
Sitting just below the tributes to Arsenal's League Cup victory in 1987 and dramatic title win in 1989, it reads 'GOOD BOYS' and features a picture of Alexis with Atom and Humber.
The banner looks set to make its debut when Arsenal take on Burnley in the Premier League on Sunday, and has drawn a mixed reaction from Arsenal fans.
@WMFormation well designed and put together, looks good, and conveys a sentiment the majority of the attending fans are fully on board with.— kenny bromega (@_socoamaretto) January 20, 2017
@WMFormation disappointed... I wanted it to be the biggest banner in the stadium .— WengerBall (@Lo0niiAFC) January 20, 2017
Despite the constant speculation and visible frustration on the pitch in recent weeks, however, the forward recently claimed he was "happy and comfortable" in north London.