​Arsenal legend Thierry Henry wants to see his former club beat Chelsea tonight in their Premier League clash to show the world that they can beat any team at their own will. Chelsea missed out on a couple of major transfer targets in the summer transfer window when Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain moved to Liverpool and Romelu Lukaku was snapped up by Manchester United.

But, since their opening day defeat to Burnley, Chelsea have been resolute and have beaten Tottenham Hotspur on their road to reclaim their title. The Blues followed that up with wins over Everton, Leicester City and Qarabag.

The Gunners, on the other hand started their campaign with a 4-3 win over Leicester City. They were then beaten by Stoke City and thumped 4-0 by Liverpool. The Gunners then won back to back games against Bournemouth and Cologne.

But Thierry Henry wants to see a dominating performance against Chelsea which shall define their season going ahead.

Writing in his blog with ​The Sun, Henry said, "They [Arsenal] have had their fair share of negativity, too. The equivalent to Chelsea's home defeat to Burnley was Arsenal's 4-0 thumping at Anfield. The ideal response would be victory at the Bridge."

He concluded by stating Arsenal should beat the big teams to fight for the title. He said, "And I say that with all due respect to Bournemouth - who Arsenal beat last weekend. That is not where they should be proving themselves. To show they mean business they need to go and win at places like Chelsea."