Arsenal’s Jack Wilshire is a cult figure amongst the Arsenal fans — he is Gunners born and bred, a versatile midfielder and is seen as future captain, enjoying a massive following amongst his peers and supporters alike. On Sunday, Arsenal won the FA Cup for the second consecutive time, thrashing Aston Villa 4-0 at Wembley. Here, he went on an overdrive on the open bus parade and had some choice words to taunt Arsenal’s bitter rivals, Tottenham Hotspur. Also Read - STK vs TOT Dream11 Team Tips And Predictions, Carabao Cup: Football Prediction Tips For Today’s Stoke City vs Tottenham Hotspur on December 23, Wednesday

Perched on top of the bus with the entire side in tow, Wilshire started blaring out chants that are a common feature between the North London rivals. “Tottenham are s**t”, “My old man said he is a Tottenham fan” and “We hate Tottenham” can be heard on every passionate fan’s lips if one were to enter the Emirates on derby day. This piece of celebration though, was uncalled for and is a reflection of Wilshire’s petulant, brash nature; a boy who is still on the threshold of manhood. Also Read - Premier League: Liverpool Go Top After Dramatic 2-1 Win Over Tottenham Hotspur

Banter is fun and the English fans are pastmasters at coming up with rib-tickling one liners to let their feelings be known. Wilshire yelled out expletives when Arsenal won the FA Cup last year too and his hatred for Spurs is only too well documented. A few years back, a drunk Wilshire spat at a cab driver who confessed to being a Spurs fan. While this gesture would have endeared him to a lot of his fellow Gooners, the midfielder, who has just returned to the side after a long injury lay-off should refrain from getting too caught up in a Spurs-bashing tirade, especially when it is Arsenal’s moment under the sun. Also Read - Manchester United Face Real Sociedad, Arsenal to Tackle Benfica as UEFA Announces Europa League Round of 32 Draw