Theo Walcott has scored to put Arsenal a goal up against West Bromwich Albion on the final day of the season.
The England international completed a great passing move from the Gunners, which ended with Francis Coquelin finding him in the penalty area. Walcott took a touch and then put it away with his right foot from a tight angle.
With the 26-year-old in contract negotiations with the Gunners at the moment this will be a timely reminder to manager Arsene Wenger of what he can do. Also, with the FA Cup final against Aston Villa coming up he may have done enough to win a place in the team for the Wembley showpiece.
However, in terms of the season this match means little. The North London side will finish in third whatever happens, while the Baggies are safely ensconced in mid-table after flirting with the relegation battle earlier in the campaign.
Should Arsenal hold on to Walcott after this?