Manager Arsene Wenger maintains revenge will not be on the agenda when Arsenal head to Manchester United on Saturday.
The Gunners return to Old Trafford for the first time since they were humiliated 8-2 by the Red Devils in August 2011.
Wenger, however, insists while painful at the time, that freak result is now well and truly out of the squad's system.
"Revenge? No. Of course there is an emotional aspect to a result like that, but on a footballing front I don't think you give it too much importance," he said.
"It is down to a team being much better than another that the scores are high, or down to special circumstances. On the day I think the result was down to special circumstances.
"That is why the emotional meaning is big, but the footballing meaning is not very big, and we have had that behind us for a long, long time now."
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