It’s been thirteen years since Arsenal last lifted the Premier League trophy.

The club’s last title win was one of its most memorable. The 2003/04 season saw Arsenal become champions without losing a single game, a feat that many teams have tried and failed to repeat since.

Unfortunately, league success has deserted the club since. Title challenges have been teased here and there, but tended to fizzle out when the going got tough.

Despite seemingly getting further and further away from the Premier League’s summit, Arsene Wenger remains keen as ever to win another title.

The lack of a sustained title challenge, never mind an actual title, has led to many calling for Wenger to leave over the years.

Wenger, though, has hung on to his job all the while. Neither he or the club were prepared to let go.

A title win would be the perfect send off for him.

Whether Arsenal can achieve that, though, is another matter.

This season, Manchester City are looking very good and are favourites to win the title.

After them, Manchester United and, as painful as it is to admit, Tottenham seem like they could challenge.

Arsenal have a number of issues to sort out before they can reach that level. We’ll see if they can do it within the next two years before Wenger’s contract is up for renewal again.

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