It's easily forgotten that the player who most obviously personified the Arsene Wenger style at Arsenal was actually bought by Bruce Rioch. When Dennis Bergkamp arrived at Highbury in the summer of 1995, Arsenal football club was changed forever.
Bergkamp might be the most talented footballer in Arsenal's rich history. He had everything: power, skill, vision and immaculate technique.
He was not hugely prolific, scoring 121 goals in 423 Gunners games. It's a ratio that compares poorly with many of the marksmen on this list. However, a huge proportion of those 121 goals were works of art.
Bergkamp will be remembered for his iconic pirouette against Newcastle, but that is one of countless beautiful goals.
Bergkamp brought beauty to Highbury, and with it three Premier League titles.
In the latter part of his career, Bergkamp's goals became less and less frequent. However, he adapted to become arguably the most intelligent creative forward of his time.
In doing so, Bergkamp proved the old adage that class is permanent.