Voting is now open to determine our men’s Player of the Month for October, with four contenders for the prize.
Another strong month for Mikel Arteta’s team saw us end the month second in the Premier League, and on top of our Champions League group at the halfway stage.
But which Gunner deserves to be crowned our Player of the Month? You can help select the winner from these four options:
Gabby has been on fire in our European encounters so far this campaign, and continued his record of scoring in every group game so far by netting away from home against Lens and Sevilla to take his tally in all competitions this campaign to four.
He has also been hugely influential in helping his teammates find the net - none more so than his incredible skill and pass that sent Gabriel Martinelli clear on goal to put us in front in Spain during a man-of-the-match display.
Our summer recruit continues to shine in his new colours, and will be hoping that he can add another club award to his collection after winning August’s Player of the Month and September’s Goal of the Month.
Declan has been imperious in front of our defence with his uncanny ability to find interceptions and break up play, but has also proved to be a source of inspiration at the other end of the field, highlighted by his fantastic 30-yarder against Chelsea to kick-start our comeback, before providing assists in the wins against Sevilla and Sheffield United.
Last month’s Player of the Month is hoping to make it back-to-back triumphs after continuing his excellent early-season form into October, which culminated in him captaining the side from kick-off against Sheffield United.
Bukayo may not have got on the scoresheet in our matches during the month, but he has been at his creative best by laying on assists to Gabriel Jesus against Lens, before putting the ball on a plate for Leandro Trossard to snatch us a point at Stamford Bridge.
The full-back has enjoyed a stellar month after impressing off the bench against Manchester City and playing his part in our winning goal. He then also made an impression against Chelsea as he again made an impact as a half-time introduction.
Tomi was then handed a start against Sevilla and played his part in a solid rearguard that provided the platform to earn a big win, and then rounded off the month by scoring his first Gunners goal against Sheffield United on the occasion of his 50th appearance.
Voting has now closed
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