It's been an exciting season at Arsenal and our club photographers have been with the squad every step of the way.
With the 2014/15 campaign now over they've chosen their most memorable pictures from the season. Scroll down this page for part two of our countdown, with comments from David Price.
1. Alexis' moment of magic
David says: “I love this picture. It was a great goal by Alexis and this remote picture could not have turned out better. Joe Hart is a full stretch but can’t quite get to the ball. I don’t think many players would have tried to volley the ball first time from that angle.”
2. Arsenal lift a record 12th FA Cup
David says: "I have to include a picture from the FA Cup final and I love this shot of the team lifting the trophy. To win the cup two years in a row is a special achievement and you can see what it means to the players in this picture.”
3. View from the North Bank
David says: “Throughout the season I will experiment by putting my remote camera in different parts of the stadium. For this picture of Olivier Giroud scoring against Liverpool, I attached the remote on the stadium roof above the North Bank goal. As we were 3-0 up at half-time I was worried we would ease off in the second half, but fortunately for me Oliver had other ideas and curled this shot into the far corner to make my efforts climbing on the roof pay off!”
4. Sheer elation
David says: “This is probably the best goal celebration picture I have from the season. Danny Welbeck scored his hat-trick goal and ran straight towards me. I love the look on his face of sheer elation. It was his first professional hat-trick and a great way to get his Arsenal career up and running.”
5. Testing conditions
David says: “This was a tough match for the team and also the photographers. Working in heavy rain is not ideal but it does help to produce dramatic pictures. Here Calum Chambers tries to hurdle Jefferson Montero, who had given him a tough match that day.”
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