Hector Bellerin had a cheeky message for new teammate Alexandre Lacazette ahead of Sunday's Community Shield match against Chelsea.
"Don't worry bro. We got this. We win at Wembley!" Bellerin wrote on Twitter as the caption to a photo showing the two in conversation during training.
As Bellerin pointed out after the game, Arsenal backed up his words with another victory at the stadium.
Given Arsenal's recent history at Wembley, it's easy to understand why Bellerin was feeling confident ahead of the match. Since losing the League Cup final to Birmingham in 2011, the Gunners have now won nine straight games at "the home of football."
Here's a look at that winning streak ...
April 12, 2014: Wigan 1-1 Arsenal (Arsenal won 4-2 on penalties); FA Cup semifinal
Arsenal were overwhelming favourites against the defending champions but needed a late equaliser from Per Mertesacker just to take the game to extra time. Lukasz Fabianski then saved Wigan's first two penalties in the shootout to help the Gunners reach the final.
May 17, 2014: Arsenal 3-2 Hull 2; FA Cup final
The Gunners finally ended a nine-year trophy drought after fighting back from 2-0 down. Aaron Ramsey scored the winner in extra time, probably saving Arsene Wenger's job in the process.
Aug. 10, 2014: Arsenal 3-0 Manchester City; Community Shield
Arsenal began the season with a statement victory over the Premier League champions that raised hopes of a proper title challenge. However, they couldn't back it up when the league started and were out of the title race by December.
April 18, 2015: Reading 1-2 Arsenal; FA Cup semifinal
Arsenal needed extra time once again to put away a big underdog, with Alexis Sanchez firing them into the final with his second goal of the game.
May 30, 2015: Arsenal 4-0 Aston Villa; FA Cup final
There was never any doubt about this one once Theo Walcott fired the Gunners ahead in the 40th minute. They ran riot in the second half, with Sanchez producing the standout strike with a long-distance rocket. It was a record 12th FA Cup trophy for the club.
Aug. 2, 2015: Arsenal 1-0 Chelsea; Community Shield
Wenger finally earned a victory over bitter rival Jose Mourinho as Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain's solo effort proved the difference. Given the way Chelsea's title defence imploded, though, it's a victory that looks less impressive in hindsight.
April 23, 2017: Arsenal 2-1 Manchester City; FA Cup semifinal
Another semifinal, another extra-time winner from Sanchez. The Chilean decided this one in the 101st minute after Nacho Monreal had equalised for the Gunners in the second half.
May 27, 2017: Arsenal 2-1 Chelsea 1; FA Cup final
Arsenal defied expectations in this game as Wenger won the cup for a record seventh time as a manager. Sanchez scored once again, with Ramsey then netting his second cup final winner against Antonio Conte's heavily favoured side.
Aug. 6, 2017: Arsenal 1-1 Chelsea (Arsenal won 4-1 on penalties); Community Shield
No need for extra time in this one as it went straight to penalties following Sead Kolasinac's late equaliser. The Gunners won the shootout without goalkeeper Petr Cech having to make a single save, with Thibaut Courtois and Alvaro Morata both missing the target.