Aaron Ramsey is particularly looking forward to facing Hull City in the FA Cup - because of the “incredible” memories the fixture evokes.

The midfielder scored the winning goal when the teams met in the 2014 final, firing home in extra-time to complete a remarkable turnaround.

Ramsey admits he has watched that goal back again and again and says it was a truly unforgettable moment.

I’ve seen it a load of times and it will always be with me for the rest of my life

“I’ve seen it a load of times and it will always be with me for the rest of my life,” he told Arsenal Player. “Not every player gets the chance to score a winner in an FA Cup final.

“I’ve managed to do that, managed to live that and it was an incredible moment in my career which I won’t forget.

“It was just the relief because of what had happened earlier on in the game. We were 2-0 down and then to come back and finally get the winner in extra-time was just a relief.

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“I think you could sense that because we hadn’t won anything for a period of time. It [felt amazing] to finally get over the line and win something. The whole stadium just erupted.

“We’ve managed to defend the FA Cup and hopefully we can carry on now and win more things, and other things as well.”

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Arsenal celebrate winning the FA Cup in 2014
Arsenal celebrate winning the FA Cup in 2014

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Nik Brumsack 18 Feb 2016