Arsenal announced on Monday that they are set to switch from Puma for the famous three strips in 2019 – a deal worth £300million.
And the Gunners legend was delighted with the decision as he posted pictures of himself modelling the retro and flamboyant kits from 25 years ago.
The pundit took to Instagram to show his followers an old catalogue picture of himself alongside the late David Rocastle, who was a former team-mate and good friend of Wright’s.
He said: ‘You don’t even know how much I love this picture – adidas originals you know what to do’.
Arsenal will bring an end to their deal with Puma which has been worth £30m a year over five years.
It runs out next year and Arsenal will double their money with adidas.
The new arrangement will bring in £60m a season over five years and will be the first time the Gunners have had an adidas kit since 1994.
The partnership will see Arsenal have the second-biggest kit deal annually in the Premier League alongside Chelsea.