One would expect Arsenal midfielder, Henrikh Mkhitaryan to have his preference when asked to pick who is best between former Manager, Arsene Wenger and current boss, Unai Emery but it has not gone the way we expected.
The American says he does not have any preference between both coaches, noting that he will not mind any of them as his manager.
Mkhitaryan who was signed to the Emirates by the Frenchman in January made 17 appearances under Wenger and has continued to get the nod under Emery, starting in three out of four Premier League games this season.
However, the former Manchester United man says he is a happy man under the Spanish manager still.
The 29-year-old is happy to be part of the history of the club as big and popular as Arsenal, stressing that he is more privileged to have played under both Wenger and Emery.
He noted that all he wants to do is help the Gunners regain its status in the Champions League football and win the English Premier League.
Arsenal are yet to have their first League trophy in a decade and are currently struggling to have that done with just six points in four games so far in this season.