Wenger's League Cup debutants: Vela to Van Persie, Sunu to Cesc

Arsenal 3-1 Shrewsbury: 20 Sep, 2011

James Collins shocks the Emirates with an early goal but the Gunners roar back with goals from Gibbs, Oxlade-Chamberlain and Benayoun.

Ryo Miyaichi: The Japanese winger never held down a regular place at the Emirates Stadium after briefly exciting Arsenal fans with his pace and trickery. A succession of long-term injuries have stalled his career but now he’s back and looking to make up for lost time – with St. Pauli in Germany's second division. 

Oguzhan Ozyakup: Came on for the last 13 minutes in his competitive debut for Arsenal. The young Turkish midfielder didn’t have much time to make an impact but did so in his short stint on the pitch, setting up Yossi Benayoun for Arsenal's third of the night. At the end of the season he was sold to Besiktas for €500,000, and has since made a great impression for the Turkish side. Made his Turkey debut in 2013 – although he could have played for the Netherlands too. A boy done good. 

Chuks Aneke: The powerful midfielder swept all in front of him in the under-21s, but found first-team life more difficult. This was Aneke's only Gunners appearance, preceding loan spells with Stevenage, Preston and Crewe (twice). Interestingly, he joined Belgium's Zulte Waregem in 2014 and is still there.