Phil Neville reminisced about Manchester United's enthralling battles with Arsenal back in the day, describing the rivalry as the 'greatest' in the Premier League.
Arsenal and United enjoyed the most intense and fierce rivalry back in the late 1990s and early 2000s, with both sides battling it out for the Premier League title year after year.
Their meetings provided fans with some of the most memorable moments in English football, including the 'Battle of Old Trafford', which was a defining game in Arsenal's unbeaten season in 2003-04, and the 'Battle of the Buffet'.
Former player Phil Neville reminisced about Manchester United's bitter rivalry with Arsenal
Arsenal and United matches provided fans with some of the most memorable moments ever
And former United right back Neville, speaking following the shock news that Arsene Wenger will step down as Arsenal boss at the end of the season, has revealed just how intense their rivalry was.
He admitted that Sir Alex Ferguson used to always ask his players what their Arsenal