Arsenal have got the impetus now and are looking in a pretty strong position to get that Wenger trophy once more, although if the Gunners can win two more games at Wembley we might have to think about calling the FA cup the Wenger trophy.
The confidence that our Premier League record in 2015, combined with the Gunners ending the long wait for an Old Trafford victory last night, has given the players should not be underestimated and we can really set down a massive marker in our two remaining EPL games before the next international break coming up after next weekend.
On Saturday we play host to West Ham and none of the teams around us play until later, meaning that three points for Arsenal will really ramp up the pressure, lifting us to within a single point of Man City, four clear of Man United, six clear of Liverpool, seven ahead of the spuds and eight better off than Southampton.
With Man City away to Burnley, Chelsea hosting the Saints, Spurs going to Old Trafford and Rodgers taking Liverpool to his old club Swansea, the chances of dropped points are very good. And then next we travel to Newcastle while United travel to Liverpool. If things go our way, it could be a very happy bunch of Gunners that break up for the internationals.
Have the Arsenal boss and his players done it again?