Aaron Ramsey finishes ahead of Per Mertesacker and Laurent Koscielny as he is named Arsenal's Player of the Season
The Welshman finished top of the poll with 58% of the votes
The Welsh midfielder may have missed three months of the campaign due to a thigh injury, but excelled for the club when he was playing last season, scoring 16 goals in all competitions including the extra-time winner in the 3-2 FA Cup final win over Hull which ended the Gunners' excruciating nine-year wait for a trophy.
Ramsey finished top of the poll on arsenal.com with 58 per cent of the votes.
Per Mertesacker came in second place, while his team-mate at centre-back Laurent Koscielny finished third.
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