Arsenal seem so confident they will defeat Hull City in the FA Cup final on Saturday 17 May after a photo emerged of a bus festooned with celebratory messages proclaiming them 2014 FA Cup winners.
Arsene Wenger's side is looking to win its first silverware in almost nine years when they take on Hull City at Wembley.
But judging by the photo published on Twitter, the Gunners seem certain they will overcome Steve Bruce's men and claim their first trophy since they last won the FA Cup in 2005.
It shows a red double-decker bus with the Arsenal badge emblazoned on the back, under which were inscribed the words: 'The FA Cup Winners 2014', above an image of the famous trophy.
But the photo has been interpreted as arrogance by some football fans on Twitter and the north London side has apparently lost the support of neutrals who are now backing the Tigers to win.
Arsenal's road to Wembley started with a 2-0 victory over arch rivals Tottenham Hotspur at the Emirates Stadium.
Coventry, Liverpool and Everton were all put to the sword by Arsenal, who reached the final after defeating Wigan on penalties .
Hull, meanwhile, beat Middlesbrough, Southend United, Brighton & Hove Albion, Sunderland and Sheffield United in the hunt for the club's first-ever major trophy.
But remember what they say about pride coming before a fall.