Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang confirmed today that he is to stay at the Emirates for at least another three years.
"Signing for this special club was never in doubt," he told BBC Sport.
"I believe in Arsenal. We can achieve big things together. We have something exciting here and I believe the best is to come for Arsenal."
Let's take a look at his top five moments with Arsenal so far...
5 - Too hot to handle for Burnley
In a rampant display at home to the Clarets, Aubameyang put on a show for the Arsenal faithful, playing on the left-hand side of the front three, the Gabonese forward netted twice, one being the first of the game to send the Gunners on their way.
The forward also grabbed himself an assist as he set up now former Arsenal player Alex Iwobi, who now plays for Everton as they ran riot in a 5-0 win.
4 - At the double against Watford
In the final game of the 19/20 season, the Gunners hosted Watford in a game in which the Hornets needed a win to have a chance of survival.
The away side threw the kitchen sink at Arsenal and should have probably scored more than they did but Aubameyang again put the team on his back by grabbing two goals, one being a spectacular overhead kick while also setting up teammate Kieran Tierney as Arsenal ran out 3-2 winners.
3 - Hat-trick in Valencia
A memorable game for the Gabonese striker as Arsenal went into a second leg against Valencia in the Estadio Mestalla. Although Arsenal had taken a 3-1 lead to Spain, the hosts tried to make it an uncomfortable night but Aubameyang was unplayable.
The forward showed strength, tenacity and ice cold composure throughout, making it a convincing win in the tie overall and sending Arsenal through to the 18/19 Europa League final.
2 - Double Delight against Spurs
The forward has had quite a good run against the Gunners biggest rivals and this time was no different. Arsenal would run out 4-2 winners at the Emirates with Aubameyang grabbing the headlines with two goals, one being a sweeping effort from the edge of the box, leaving Hugo Lloris with no chance.
Aubameyang also managed to get himself an assist, rounding off an excellent display against Spurs.
1 - FA Cup Final Masterclass
Aubameyang's finest moment in an Arsenal shirt so far has to be his FA Cup heroics. After going 1-0 down to Chelsea through an early Christian Pulisic goal, the striker's penalty just shy of the half-hour mark, followed up by a wonderful run and deft finish in the second-half would mean Arsenal would take home the FA Cup.
The Gabonese's influence in that game really showed his leadership and ability to grab the game by the scruff of the neck and pull his side through.