Arsene Wenger has revealed he has given away every single medal he has won during his more than 20 years as Arsenal manager.
The Frenchman has the chance to lift the FA Cup for a record seventh time at Wembley on Saturday.
No manager has won more than six finals, with Premier League champions Chelsea standing in the way of Wenger's bid for a fresh piece of football history
Tony Adams, Wenger's captain in his first five years at the London club, wrote in his autobiography that he saw Wenger angrily throw his runners-up medal from the 2001 FA Cup final in a bin.
And while Wenger had no recollection about that he did confirm that memorabilia and nostalgia played little part in his life.
"Don't trust too much to what Tony Adams says," he said on the eve of the final. "I don't remember that. But I have no medals at home anyway - from anything.
"I always give them out," the 67-year-old Wenger added.