Aaron Ramsey has described his winning goal in the FA Cup final as the "most important" in his career.
The Welshman's extra-time strike sealed a thrilling comeback for the Gunners as they recovered from 2-0 down to beat Hull City at Wembley.
Ramsey's goal was his 16th of the season and the 23-year-old was delighted to end his remarkable campaign with a trophy.
I'm just delighted to come back, make a big impact in a game and win the FA Cup
"I had a few rash shots but I think I made up for it in the end," Ramsey said. "It was a great lay-off [from Giroud], I shouted for it and he back-heeled it. The goalkeeper has a lot less time to react when you finish it first time.
"It was the most important goal of my time here. I've been really pleased with my form this year. I wouldn't have been able to do it without my team-mates but I'm just a bit gutted that I got injured.
"I'm just delighted to come back, make a big impact in a game and win the FA Cup.
"I've got a good summer to look forward to. I'm getting married so it's going to be a happy one. Then after that I'll be looking forward to next season and [another] title push. We can hopefully have an opportunity to win a few more things."