Mikel Arteta has challenged captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to stay at Arsenal and become a club great.
Aubameyang scored both goals in the final in a 2-1 win against Chelsea the same way he scored a brace against City Manchester City in the semis.
The Gabonese International has 70 goals in all competitions since joining the Gunners in January 2018, but his future is the subject of speculation.
The striker is out of the contract next year, although Arteta has repeatedly expressed outmost faith in the forward signing a new contract.
After his sublime final winning goal, hecwas urged by his head coach to place himself alongside the likes of Ian Wright and Thierry Henry in Arsenal history.
”It’s the most difficult thing in football, that’s for sure, and he makes it simple look at the second goal he scored” Arteta said.
”We always had incredible strikers at this football club and Auba deserves to be named and compared with the big names”.