Arsenal have just one game of the Premier League season remaining and will be aiming to round off the campaign with a positive result.
The Gunners have caught the eye throughout but were just unable to keep pace with a relentless Manchester City side towards the finish. Arsenal's final assignment of the season sees them come up against Wolves.
Whilst the players’ jobs will be done, work then begins for Mikel Arteta and his staff to plan for next term - starting with the transfer window. Take a look at all of the headlines coming out of the Emirates Stadium over the past 24 hours.
Granit Xhaka has been warned that he may miss Arsenal more than he expects as he edges towards a move to Bayer Leverkusen. That is according to Rob Holding, who has spoken to former Gunners captain Alexandre Lacazette.
He said: "Yes I saw Laca a couple of weeks ago. And we spoke about what it's like there compared to Arsenal. Lyon's his home club of course, and he knows it really well, but he was telling me how much he loved his time at Arsenal.
"Actually a couple of months ago he texted me to tell me to enjoy my time at Arsenal because it's a step above everywhere else.
"He said to me to stay at the club if you can because the grass isn't always greener elsewhere, and to enjoy being at a club like Arsenal. It was really nice to hear that from someone at a different club."
Arsenal head coach Arteta played a sneaky trick to inspire his side to a memorable North London Derby win this season.
According to The Telegraph, the Spaniard tasked his players with hiding coins in their shoes.
Coaches would leave the room and then return to look each player in the eye in an attempt to guess which players had hidden the cash. The trick was meant to indicate that Arteta and his staff knew the squad closely and would be able to identify if they were hiding something.
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William Saliba has been named among the best defenders in the Premier League this season despite his injury woes.
The Frenchman was sensational for the Gunners before he picked up a back issue in the Europa League tie against Sporting and was a rock at the back for Arteta's side.