Cesc Fabregas has responded to supporters in an online Q&A by aiming a dig at Tottenham Hotspur.
The former Arsenal and Chelsea midfielder invited supporters to send him questions on Twitter, and was asked to name his favourite ever goal scored in the top flight by the official Premier League account.
The 32-year-old scored exactly 50 league goals during his time at both London clubs, including an impressive 15 for Arsenal during the 2009/10 season.
But in response to the question, Fabregas simply wrote: ‘Every goal against Spurs will do.’
Fabregas netted a memorable solo goal for Arsenal in the north London derby at the Emirates in November 2009, and also scored at White Hart Lane in 2007/08.
A two-time Premier League champion with Chelsea, Fabregas joined Monaco in January last season to play under his former Gunners teammate Thierry Henry, before the Frenchman’s sacking.
The 31-year-old made his final appearance for the Blues last season against Nottingham Forest.
The midfielder was handed a rare start and given the captain’s armband for his final appearance for the Blues.
Ex-Blues boss Maurizio Sarri withdrew Fabregas in the closing minutes so supporters could give the Spaniard a deserved send off after 198 games for the club
“Time flies,” said Fabregas at the time. “It feels like last week that I started playing professionally and now it’s more than 15 years.
“It goes so fast and you have to be ready every three days, for the criticism with everyone saying how good you are and the ups and downs.
“It feels like growing older it never goes away it is technique. Physicality goes away. Technicality stays with you.”