7. Olivier Giroud
Arsenal's big French forward has been a key figure in their improved season.
His hold-up play is more than matched by surprisingly good feet in and around the box, and his flicked assists are almost becoming a trademark.
Giroud was sensational in the early months of the season, but the burden of being the Gunners' only real centre-forward is telling as the former Montpellier man looks tired.
If Wenger signs an ally in attack for the forward, we may see a fresher, better Giroud next term.