Arsenal are not letting coronavirus stop them from taking a cheeky dig at rivals Tottenham, pulling out a classic Thierry Henry goal.

The Gunners players are in quarantine as the government introduced stricter rules to stop COVID-19’s spread.

But the north London side have been isolated for longer after the Premier League postponed action until April 30.

It has seen the club look for creative content to share with supporters on social media.

And one way is taking a dig at their rivals Spurs, sharing a throwback to club legend Henry’s incredible goal against them.

The Frenchman went on a run from his own half before smashing the ball into the bottom-left corner in a 3-0 win at Highbury.

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Arsenal took a cheeky dig at Tottenham with a throwback to Thierry Henry

Accompanying the club, Arsenal’s admin team used Spurs’ abbreviation against their rivals.

“We always knew it stood for Thierry Henry Fan Club anyway,” they wrote.

And the Gunners faithful were left in stitches at the cheeky dig.

“This just made my day,” one supporter said.

Another commented: “Couldn’t have come up with a better caption.”

While a third suggested the team should be rewarded.

“Get admin a raise now,” they said.

And a fourth added: “What a caption.”

With a fifth simply writing: “Well played.”

Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta tested positive for coronavirus earlier this month but is on the road to recovery.

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The Frenchman scored a stunning solo effort against Spurs, with the throwback saying: ‘We knew it stood for Thierry henry Fan Club’

Part of a statement on Arsenal’s website read: “We’re pleased to say that Mikel is feeling much better. He’s in good spirits, doing detailed planning with the coaches and speaking to the players regularly.”

The Gunners currently sit ninth in the Premier League, seven points away from London rivals Chelsea in a Champions League spot.

And the squad are set for a decision on when they can return to training at London Colney as their 14-day isolation period comes to an end.