There is a sense of excitement about Arsenal heading into the new Premier League season.
Without a title since 2003-04, there is a feeling that this year could be the year for the Gunners.
But how do fanatix predict Arsene Wenger’s side will fare in 2015-16?
Summer transfer business – B
Arsenal have addressed one of their biggest problems of recent years by bringing in Petr Cech from Chelsea. Wojciech Szczesny and, to a lesser extent, David Ospina, have been liabilities in goal.
The four-time Premier League winner will also add valuable experience and a winning mentality to a dressing room which is otherwise lacking slightly. He could well be the signing of the summer.
But Arsene Wenger has yet to improve his side in any other area of the pitch. Their central defence still looks vulnerable and they could also do with a top-class defensive midfielder.
They have been heavily linked with Karim Benzema, who could be the catalyst for a title charge. Without the Real Madrid forward, Arsenal would be short up front too. Plenty of work still to be done.
Exemplary. The Gunners maintained a 100% record in pre-season and won three trophies along the way.
They beat Everton 3-1 in the final of the Barclays Premier League Asia Trophy, before winning their home tournament, the Emirates Cup, for the first time in four years.
And, most importantly, they triumphed in the Community Shield for a second successive year, in the process of landing a blow on defending champions Chelsea with a 1-0 victory at Wembley.