Arsene Wenger looked happy and relaxed as he prepared for his final game as Arsenal boss on Sunday.
The Frenchman posed for pictures and signed autographs for fans after arriving at the team hotel near Leeds on Saturday.
Wenger, aged 68, will bring down the curtain on his 22-year reign in the Premier League encounter at Huddersfield.
The Gunners have lost their last seven games on the road and Wenger wants to sign off in style with a win at the John Smith’s Stadium.
The Yorkshire side are ready to play genial hosts by marking the occasion with a guard of honour for Wenger before kick-off.
Supporters will give the long-serving manager a round of applause in the 22nd minute to mark his 22 years in north London.
The 68-year-old will manage his final Arsenal game at Huddersfield on Sunday, bringing an end to a reign that has seen him take charge of 1,235 games.
In that time he has won three Premier Leagues – the final one being the remarkable Invincibles season where a record of a 38-game league season without defeat in unparalleled in English football – and seven FA Cups, more than any other manager.