Unai Emery would have no doubt learnt a lot about his squad during his first season in charge of Arsenal.
He now has a big summer ahead of him and the Arsenal XI could look radically different on the first day of next season.
Heading into the summer, Emery has a number of positions he’ll need to address, with concerns at left-back and Hector Bellerin remaining sidelined with a long-term injury.
This is how the Arsenal team could line up next season.
GK - Bernd Leno
The German goalkeeper has enjoyed a solid first season at Arsenal all in all. After a tricky start, he has grown into the position, with some impressive performances during the second half of the season.
RB - Ainsley Maitland-Niles
The right-back position poses the first real dilemma for Arsenal. Do they sign a right-back this summer, with Bellerin set to miss the first couple of months, or rely on Maitland-Niles as a short-term fix?
CB - Sokratis
Sokratis has been one of a few shining lights at the back for Arsenal this season. He’ll keep his place in the team going forward.
CB - Jean-Philippe Gbamin
Jean-Philippe Gbamin has been a long-term target for the Gunners and it looks like he could be on his way out of Mainz this summer.
LB - Kieran Tierney
The left-back spot is an area that Arsenal will want to improve and Kieran Tierney looks like a natural fit, with the Scot ready to take the step up in his career after impressing at Celtic.
CM - Lucas Torreira
A patchy first season in England, but the best is yet to come from the South American midfielder at Arsenal. He could play a key role next season.
CM - Matteo Guendouzi
Guendouzi probably would not have expected to feature as prominently as he has done this season, but he has done and impressed when given the opportunity. Like Torreira, the best is yet to come and he’ll continue to develop next season.
CAM - Mesut Ozil
Mesut Ozil’s long-term future at Arsenal seems to change with every passing week. With Aaron Ramsey leaving this summer, Arsenal may be more inclined to keep the German.
RW - Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
Emery continues to try and get Aubameyang and Lacazette in the same team together. One way and the more recent method he has tried is to go with two up two, but if Arsenal revert to a back four, the Gabon forward could be forced back out wide.
LW - David Neres
David Neres could be a name to look out for this summer, with the Brazilian likely to leave Ajax for pastures new. Arsenal are said to be interested, but they’ll face fierce competition.
ST - Alexandre Lacazette
If Alexandre Lacazette can find consistency in the Premier League, there is no reason why he can’t be right up there with the top scorers in the division.
Reiss Nelson – The winger will be hoping to break into the Arsenal squad next season.
Emile Smith Rowe – Arsenal have high hopes for the player, but he could be loaned back out after failing to make much of an impact at RB Leipzig.
Kerem Demirbay – the German midfielder has been earmarked as a potential replacement for Aaron Ramsey.
Djene Dakonam – the Getafe defender has been impressing in Spain and has attracted interest from the Premier League.