Paul Konchesky has two very good reasons to be looking forward to Saturday's trip to Highbury with added relish.
Firstly, and quite simply, he states that it will be the biggest game of his life should he continue his run of games on the left of our midfield. Secondly, the last time he started a game at Highbury, Charlton emerged victorious by a 4-2 scoreline.
On loan from Charlton, Paul has featured in the last six games and has impressed with his energy and pace down the left flank. He suspects the spotlight will focus more on Arsenal during the build-up to the game as pundits will be tipping a home win.
"It is a massive game on Saturday and a great chance to try and do something," he considered. "They will be under pressure to beat us because they will be expected to. It will be good to us to try and get a result there.
"It's good for me, I've never played in a big game like this before so it is going to be massive for me.
"Hopefully I will be involved and can help us get something there.
"The last time I played at Highbury we won 4-2! That was great and it would be good to do that again on Saturday. Who knows? It is a massive game and we'll be up for it."