Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has thanked the fans for their great support for the club all season, and for keeping faith with the club during the bad times in the season.
The Gunners play their final home game of the season tonight when they go up against relegation-threatened Wigan Athletic - a massive game for both clubs.
Only wins are good enough for both sides as a loss for Arsenal puts their Champions League fate out of their hands, while a loss for Wigan relegates them to the Championship.
A draw will produce similar results as well, so three point is needed for both teams.
The 2012/13 season has been quite a roller-coaster ride for Arsenal, and the fans have had to live through some very bad moments, but Wenger is chuffed with the levels of support the fans have shown the team all season.
Losses in domestic cups to lower-league opponents were the lowest points of the season, while elimination from the Champions League in the last-16 was also a low point for the club.
Despite the tough season, Wenger is proud of the fans' support and is very grateful for them sticking with the side.
“They have gone through a period that was very difficult, especially at the Emirates,” the manager told Arsenal Player. “We had some performances where we had disappointing results but they were with us.
“Today we have 67 points with two games to go and we have corrected remarkably well our run that was a bit chaotic at the start.
“The second part of the season has been very strong and our supporters need to be congratulated for that help.”
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