Call off the search party Arsene, we’ve found your main summer transfer target and he won’t even cost you an arm and a leg.
Benfica’s Serbian midfielder Ljubomir Fejsa has just won his tenth consecutive league title, helping the Portuguese side to an unattainable lead over Porto and Sporting.
Ever since the 2008/09 season, when Fejsa was playing for Serbian side Partizan Belgrade, the 28-year-old has collected league title after league title.
After three consecutive league titles with Partizan, not to mention two Serbian Cups for good measure, the midfielder moved to Greek side Olympiacos.
Another three league titles and two Greek Cups followed before Fejsa made the move to Benfica for just £4million in 2013.
By know you now the score.
Three league titles and six domestic cups later and Fejsa is probably starting to look for his next bit of silverware.
The only side Fejsa didn’t win the title with was Hajduk Kula, where the Serbian started his career.
But given Hajduci went out of existence five years after Fejsa left the club we’ll let him off that one.
Fejsa’s made 23 appearances for the Serbian national team, having made his debut in 2007 while still at Kula.
His older brother Darko hasn’t been quite as successful during his career.
The 29-year-old also spent time at Kula, as well as FK Radnicki, but hasn’t picked up any silverware.
So if you do go in for Fejsa in the summer, Arsene, make sure you get the right one.