Ajax assistant manager Dennis Bergkamp shows he still has it with this fantastic strike.
The video above was posted on YouTube by Ajax TV, and it shows the Dutchman firstly laying a few passes off in a shooting drill before having a go himself.
Arsenal's ex-number 10 receives a lofted pass from right-back Ricardo van Rhijn and strikes a first time low volley straight into the bottom corner of the net.
Gunners supporters won't be surprised to see the Iceman continuing to score brilliant goals considering that was what he was doing during the majority of his time with Arsene Wenger's side.
Bergkamp joined Arsenal from Inter Milan in 1995 and spent 11 years with the club before retiring from the game in 2006. In total he featured 423 times and scored 120 goals in all competition for the London-based club.
After retiring the 45-year-old spent a few years with his family before turning to coaching in 2008. Bergkamp initially coached Ajax's youth sides, but became assistant in 2011 after Frank de Boer landed the manager's job.
Can Bergkamp be as successful in management as he was as a player?