Johan Djourou has probably featured more at right back this season than in his natural position at the heart of defence.
Johan found first-team opportunities limited in central defence after the arrival of Per Mertesacker and due to the inspired form of Laurent Koscielny - but the cup competitions did provide the defender with his fair share of opportunities when fit.
Overall he proved a valuable member of Arsène Wenger's first-team squad throughout the campaign, even if not in his natural position.
"This season has been a bit harder for me. I have had to play out of position where I am not used to but I have tried to do my job, but I am not a [natural] right back. People forget and think that if you play in a position, 'Johan Djourou is a right back', but I am not, I was there to help the team. Now I am back in my position and I will show everyone my qualities."
Having risen through the youth ranks at Arsenal, captaining the side against Shrewsbury in the Carling Cup was a proud occasion for the Switzerland international.
Johan leads out the team against Shrewsbury at Emirates Stadium