Arsenal have had a variety of top scorers since the Premier League’s inception in 1992, can you remember them all? Which one has won the most awards?

The Daily Star put together a list of the top scorers in each season, which we’re going to take you through now:

1. 1992/93

Ian Wright – 15

2. 1993/94

Ian Wright – 23

3. 1994/95

Ian Wright – 18

4. 1995/96

Ian Wright – 15

5. 1996/97

Ian Wright – 23

6. 1997/98

Dennis Bergkamp – 16

7. 1998/99

Nicolas Anelka – 17

8. 1999/00

Thierry Henry – 17

9. 2000/01

Thierry Henry – 17

10. 2001/02

Thierry Henry – 24

11. 2002/03

Thierry Henry – 24

12. 2003/04

Thierry Henry – 30

13. 2004/05

Thierry Henry – 25

14. 2005/06

 Thierry Henry Р27

15. 2006/07

Robin van Persie – 11

2007/08

Emmanuel Adebayor – 24

2008/09

Robin van Persie – 11

16. 2009/10

Cesc Fabregas – 15

17. 2010/11

Robin van Persie – 18

18. 2011/12

Robin van Persie – 30

19. 2012/13

Theo Walcott – 14

20. 2013/14

Olivier Giroud – 16

21. 2014/15

Alexis Sanchez – 16

22. 2015/16

Olivier Giroud – 16

23. 2016/17

Alexis Sanchez – 24

So unsurprisingly, Thierry Henry has been Arsenal’s top Premier League goalscorer the most (seven times).

Close behind him is Ian Wright (five times), followed by Robin van Persie (four times),

Olivier Giroud and Alexis Sanchez (twice) are the only other players to achieve the feat more than once.

Henry and van Persie were the only two players to hit 30 league goals in a season, but van Persie also holds the record for the least impressive top scoring season, with two 11-goal seasons somehow winning in 2006/07 and 2008/09.

Fabregas, meanwhile is the only player on the list who couldn’t arguably be called a striker.

Walcott, Giroud and Alexis are all still at the club, offering them the possibility of increasing their tally this season. But they’ve got competition, as Alexandre Lacazette (four goals) and Danny Welbeck (three goals) are both currently ahead of all three in the list of the season’s top scorers.

Hopefully, the battle for top spot this season can push at least one player into the twenties.

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