It's been nineteen years since Arsenal have lifted the premier league. In those nineteen years, there's been mediocrity, accompanied with four F.A Cups and consecutive top four finishes up until the 2016/17 campaign. Also, a night in Baku which is a night better to not remembered for gooners, and a painful champions league final loss in 2006.

Mikel Arteta's arrival in 2019 begun a three year process that is finally coming together; unveiling Arteta's true genius in the transfer market and as a tactician. 

Arsenal currently sit top of the Barclays Premier League (with a game in hand) and five points clear of serial premier league winners and current holders Manchester City. After 19 games: 16 wins 2 draws and 1 loss. 50pts at this point of the campaign is the most Arsenal have ever had. Even the renowned and iconic invincibles had 45pts (five less points) which just reflects truly how impressive Arteta's team are doing. 

The probability of Arsenal winning the Premier League are currently regarded to be 54.91% as per  StatsPerform. With Arsenal having the most home games left to play out of any Other team, and having only dropped 2pts at home, the stats are in the gunners favour. 

Edu and Arteta have been incredibly busy in the January window trying to sign their desired targets to help bring title back home to the Emirates. The addition of Leandro Trossard, 28, from Brighton for only £20 million is a clever signing. He's already won gunners hearts with his neat debut cameo vs Manchester United where he displayed his silky dribbling and effortless flair. Today, on deadline day Arsenal also welcomed Jorginho from the blue side of London, a proven winner: Euro champion, Champions League winner, 2022 TOTY, Club World Cup winner. A profile like Jorginho is what Arteta needs to strengthen the squad and get over the line, to win the title.