As we approach the final game of the Women's Super League, it's time to decide our Women's Player of the Season presented by Mastercard.
Our Gunners have all but secured third place in the league but across a year that has brought the highs of a Conti Cup trophy and Champions League semi-final, as well as the lows of long-term injuries, who has been our standout player of the campaign?
Take a look at the contenders below.
Once again, Caitlin Foord has easily been one of our most consistent performers on the field, picking up 12 goals and nine assists across all competitions.
Our Aussie winger has bamboozled defenders down the left channel with her quick feet and relentless work rate, perhaps best shown during her Champions League double in our 5-1 win over Lyon.
Powerful, dynamic and with a killer long-range shot, Frida Maanum's second season with The Arsenal has been nothing short of incredible.
After quadrupling her total from last season, Frida is our top scorer this season with 16 goals to her name, including her wonder goal against Bayern Munich that sent us through to the Champions League semi-finals. Our Norwegian midfielder already has nominations for WSL and PFA Player of the Season to her name and at 23 years of age, this is just the beginning.
A constant rock in both defence and attack, Katie McCabe has once again proven herself to be one of the most versatile players in the league.
As Kim Little and then Leah Williamson were ruled out for the rest of the season, Katie took up captain's duties for the season's latter stages and has led the team to the finish line with incredible heart and determination.
Bursting with flair and strength, our Brazilian centre-back has enjoyed an excellent first full season with the Gunners and was voted our Player of the Month back in February.
Rafa has developed solid partnerships at the back with both Leah Williamson and Lotte Wubben-Moy and has even popped up with vital contributions at the other end of the pitch, scoring several bullet headers against Tottenham, Manchester City and Wolfsburg.
Often an unsung hero at the base of midfield, Lia Walti dictates play like a metronome for our squad.
A rare player who is as deadly with her left foot as her right, Lia has been a near-constant presence in an ever-changing side. Our Swiss midfielder has recently committed her future to the club by signing a new deal.
Voting has now closed!
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