A group of Arsenal fans have hired a protest van calling for Arsene Wenger to leave the club.
While it is believed the club have offered him a two-year deal to stay, the Frenchman's future is still uncertain and a section of fans are still eager for him to leave after seeing the Gunners' season collapse this year.
Keep an eye out for this today, there are fans who have had enough and the protests will not stop (An no I'm not driving the van) pic.twitter.com/js9pNM8NhT— Mr DT © (@MrDtAFC) April 2, 2017
"Keep an eye out for this today, there are fans who have had enough and the protests will not stop," Mr DT, who frequently appears on Arsenal Fan TV, tweeted.
One side of the van says 'In Wenger We Trust' with the first 'T' in 'trust' crossed out, spelling 'rust'. The van also harbours the message: ' Twenty years in Europe and we’re still waiting'.
The van is the newest vehicle to be hired by Arsenal fans after planes were seen flying over the Hawthorns during the club's 3-1 defeat at West Brom, with the two aircraft showing contrasting messages of support and opposition for Wenger.
Arsenal were knocked out of the Champions League 10-2 on aggregate by Bayern Munich and their hopes of qualifying for next season's competition hang in the balance.
The north London club are currently seven points behind Manchester City, who sit in fourth place, and their hopes of entering the Champions League next season could depend on the result of Sunday's match between Arsenal and City.
Wenger's future remains ambiguous, while star forwards Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez are also yet to put pen to paper on new deals at the club.