It was a very strange season for Arsenal and everyone connected with the club, and perhaps the defining moment of it all was the situation with the protest that was planned by some Arsenal supporters towards the end of the season. But despite the fact that the protest never really got anywhere near what most of us expected to happen, it is starting to look like it has had a serious effect on Arsene Wenger.
Our long serving manager was clearly one of the people expecting more noise and a more widespread protest at the Emirates and he was obviously one of the most relieved man when quite a big portion of the crowd actively showed support for him instead of venting their rage.
But from what the club has already done in the transfer market since the end of the season, with the signing of Jamie Vardy from Leicester potentially hot on the heels of the big money transfer of Granit Xhaka, it does feel as though Wenger is doing things differently this summer.
I mean, he has not even said anything about how hard it is to find players, or alluded to one of our current stars on the injury list being like a new signing when they are fit again. It might be a little too early to say this for sure, but I am starting to think that Wenger has caught on and is determined to do something about the unhappiness of the fans.
What do you think Gooners? Is the boss finally ready to accept that he needs to spend big money and that he must change his ways if Arsenal are to end the long wait for another Premier League trophy?