It could be easy to say Arsenal's best moment of the season was when Watford ended Liverpool's unbeaten streak to keep them as the only Invincibles in the Premier League.
However, they can't stoop that low to gloat at someone else's misfortune, so we've gone with the appointment of Mikel Arteta. The Spaniard signed for Arsenal back in 2011, making 150 appearances and winning two FA Cups, before joining Manchester City's coaching staff under Pep Guardiola.
Now, after three Premier League titles with the Citizens, Arsenal's former captain looks to take them back into Europe's elite. Only time will tell if the appointment will work, but in a season of horror for the north London club, this as good as it has got.