Following another win against Wolves, Arsenal fans spotted Aaron Ramsdale making the most of the celebrations once again.

Arsenal's French striker Alexandre Lacazette (C) celebrates with Arsenal's English goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale (L) and Arsenal's English striker Eddie Nketiah (R) on the final whistle in the English Premier League football match between Arsenal and Wolverhampton Wanderers at the Emirates Stadium in London on February 24, 2022. - Arsenal won the game 2-1. (Photo by GLYN KIRK/AFP via Getty Images)
Alexandre Lacazette (C) celebrates with Aaron Ramsdale (L) and Eddie Nketiah (R) on the final whistle in the English Premier League football match between Arsenal and Wolverhampton Wanderers at the Emirates Stadium in London on February 24, 2022. (Photo by GLYN KIRK/AFP via Getty Images)

After Arsenal’s first win of the month over Wolves, Ruben Neves was particularly outspoken about the way the Gunners had celebrated their victory.

“We saw the way they celebrated the win and that shows the level we are,” Neves said then. “I didn’t see Arsenal celebrating like this in the past 10 years – it was like they won the league.”

Arsenal then went on to beat Wolves again on Thursday, in even more dramatic fashion.

Whilst the 10-man victory away from home took a lot of character, nothing quite beats a 95th-minute winner in front of your own fans.

Perhaps with Neves’ quotes still in mind, Arsenal fans noticed Aaron Ramsdale greeting the final whistle by sprinting up the pitch and waving his arms in the air – right in front of Neves himself.

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This time around, Neves avoided talking about the celebrations, instead admitting that Wolves weren’t good enough to get a result on the day.

“Today we didn’t deserve to win, we need to be honest and look at ourselves,” Neves said.

“Of course, we had some good chances to score, I think we had three or four big chances to score and didn’t, but we didn’t play well.

“They took us back all the game after 1-0 and we just defended. We were not able to play as we want to play always. I think it was a bad game for us.”

Alexandre Lacazette (L) celebrates with Nicolas Pepe (R) after his shot deflects off Wolverhampton Wanderers' Portuguese goalkeeper Jose Sa (not pictured) for Arsenal's late winning goal during the English Premier League football match between Arsenal and Wolverhampton Wanderers at the Emirates Stadium in London on February 24, 2022. (Photo by GLYN KIRK/AFP via Getty Images)
Alexandre Lacazette (L) celebrates with Nicolas Pepe (R) after his shot deflects off Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Portuguese goalkeeper Jose Sa (not pictured) for Arsenal’s late winning goal on February 24, 2022. (Photo by GLYN KIRK/AFP via Getty Images)

Ramsdale has a particularly personal motivation in matches against Wolves, having been brought up as a West Bromwich Albion fan.

West Brom have a local rivalry with Wolves, known as the Black Country derby. Ramsdale celebrated the away win in Wolverhampton with West Brom’s traditional “boing boing” celebration.

He certainly seemed to be enjoying himself again on Thursday, to the delight of the home support.

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