He may have left Arsenal two years ago, but it would appear Wojciech Szczesny is very much still a Gooner at heart.
The Polish goalkeeper was on fine form after watching his Juventus team oust Tottenham from the Champions League on Wednesday evening, taking to Instagram swiftly after the match to rub it in.
"Great win and celebrations versus one of the best teams in North London. FORZA JUVE! North London is red," Szczesny teased while sharing a photo of the dressing room revelry.
This was after the ex-Arsenal stopper was spotted making a sarcastic "chin-up" gesture toward Spurs fans as he made his way down the Wembley Stadium tunnel at the final whistle.
Love him. pic.twitter.com/4Sn8Z09M6q— Dan Critchlow (@afcDW) March 7, 2018
However, Szczesny wasn't the only one trolling the Tottenham fans on the night, with the BT Sport cameras capturing a rogue Arsenal shirt being brandished amid the travelling supporters.
A taunt more powerful than any carefully choreographed tifo or wordy banner. Simple and effective.
After drawing 2-2 in Turin and scoring first at Wembley, Mauricio Pochettino's side were still sent tumbling out of the tournament when two goals in the space of four second-half minutes saw Juve secure the comeback to win 4-3 on aggregate.