Last week our Club photographer revealed his 10 most memorable pictures from the 2011/12 season.
The top three pictures - as chosen by the fans - have been made into wallpapers for you to download. Scroll down this page for the winning images with comments by our chief photographer, Stuart Macfarlane.
1. Henry is immortalised
The Arsenal legend fought back the tears after his statue was unveiled outside Emirates Stadium. Stuart says: "I had a lot of contact with him before the statue unveiling as I was standing in pictures of it as it was being built. He'd phoned me a couple of days before and said he didn't know if he could stop himself from crying, he thought he'd be that emotional about it. So I knew it might happen. When I saw tears in his eyes I did feel a little bit guilty but it was a big moment for him, it's a lovely picture."
Emotional return: Henry sheds a tear after his statue is unveiled
2. The bench celebrate against Tottenham
Arsenal's substitutes and backroom staff jump for joy after Robin van Persie equalises in the North London derby. Stuart says: "That's a remote control camera we put in front of the bench before a game. You just set it up, focus it and wait for a moment in the game. It fires at exactly the same time as the cameras behind the goal as well. This photo just shows how passionate the bench players are at the moment when Robin scores. You have all the backroom staff celebrating too, it is just a really emotional picture."
The Arsenal bench celebrate Robin van Persie's goal against Tottenham
3. Vermaelen celebrates Newcastle winner
The Belgian wheels away after prodding home in injury time to claim three vital points against Alan Pardew's side at Emirates Stadium. Stuart says: "It was a game which was going to end 1-1 and everybody was getting really nervous. The goal was great and the celebration was fantastic but my favourite bit of the picture is Bacary Sagna just smashing the ball in the background. It has a whole load of emotions in it - a Newcastle player on the ground in the background too for example. It was just a great moment from the season."
Thomas Vermaelen wheels away in celebration after his late winner against Newcastle
Bench celebrate v Tottenham
Wenger takes training
Fans in voice v Tottenham
Wilshere in Kuala Lumpur
Tearful Henry immortalised
Pat Rice given send-off
Van Persie joins '100 Club'
Oxlade-Chamberlain flying high
Players pose at London Colney
Vermaelen celebrates v Newcastle