Arsene Wenger has said that Jack Wilshere has scored the best goal he has ever seen and that the 22-year-old could be England's answer to Zinedine Zidane, but what does the midfielder have to do to become an Arsenal great?
Back in October, the Gunners demolished Norwich City 4-1 with Wilshere opening the scoring after 18 minutes. The goal was breathtaking in its beauty, and Le Prof was quick to say as much to the waiting media, as per the Metro, when he claimed it was one of the best he had ever seen.
All the goals were great, but the first was exceptional and improvised.
It was certainly one of the best goals, one I enjoyed the most because it was a team goal.
This one was a mixture of technical quality, speedy thinking, quick reaction and as well as being calm in front of goal.
It had everything you want to have, it was a great goal.
Wenger was not wrong.
Back in 2009, the Arsenal manager compared Jack with a young Wayne Rooney to the Guardian, and last September, Wenger told The Independent that Wilshere had everything to go on to become England's answer to Zinedine Zidane.
It's fair to say that the Frenchman is not afraid to heap expectation upon the youngster's shoulders.
Wilshere has been with Arsenal since he was nine years of age and is already something of a club legend. However, does he have what it takes to become an Arsenal great and be spoken about in the same hushed tones as Thierry Henry, Liam Brady, Peter Storey, Tony Adams and Dennis Bergkamp?
Here, Bleacher Report offers five things Jack Wilshere can do to become an Arsenal great...