Arsenal fans queued outside the club’s London Colney training ground to grab Arsene Wenger’s signature.
The Frenchman is the man of the moment at the Gunners as his 22-year tenure at the club draws to an end.
Wenger was given an emotional farewell during his final home game of season against Burnley on Sunday.
But he was back to business on Monday as he prepares his side for a trip to Leicester on Wednesday.
And with England enjoying a glorious Bank Holiday, fans were out in force as they tried to offer Wenger their own personal goodbye.
The 68-year-old looked in relaxed mood as he stopped for supporters and spent time signing autographs and taking pictures.
Fans also welcomed the gaffer into training holding shirts with his name on the back.
Wenger said goodbye to the Emirates Stadium for the last time at the weekend to a rousing reception from the packed crowd.
He took to the microphone at the end of the match and then shook hands with what looked like the entire Gunners’ squad.
He then took off on a lap of honour, stopping to speak to individuals in the stands as he completed an emotional send-off.
The boss admitted the time was right for a “new start”, by saying: “I have to learn how to reconnect with myself and organise everything in life.
“For 22 years I have had to forget about my own feelings and care about the problems I needed to sort out.
“Now I have a bit more time for myself and I would be happy to come back one day and sit in the North Bank. Then I could shout at the next manager!
“But that depends on whether I will work somewhere else, whether I will be free in my next job.”