Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger admitted Tottenham's Harry Kane is currently the best striker in Europe but believes his own frontmen can shine in the north London derby this weekend.
Kane scored his 100th Premier League goal in Spurs' dramatic 2-2 draw at Liverpool last time out and spoke earlier this week of how being released from Arsenal's academy as an eight-year-old left him with a "chip on his shoulder".
He has a fine record against the Gunners with six goals in seven appearances but the Frenchman is hoping his forwards make the headlines on Saturday.
When asked whether there is a better striker in Europe than Kane at the moment, Wenger replied: "If you look at the numbers, no, because he has high numbers but I believe what you want in a game like that is to keep him quiet and for our strikers to express their talent."
Tottenham v Arsenal is live on talkSPORT at 12:30 (GMT) on Saturday 10 February