Arsenal end their Premier League campaign with a 5-0 victory over Wolves at the Emirates Stadium.
Granit Xhaka scored twice in his final game for Arsenal, first heading home Gabriel Jesus’ cross and then slotting home a second. Bukayo Saka’s third goal put his team in perfect control after 27 minutes.
In the second half, Jesus made it four before Jose Sa mishandled Jakub Kiwior’s strike into his own net to complete the score.
Arsenal conclude the season in second place, five points behind Manchester City, and while they would have taken it before the season began, Mikel Arteta may look back on the last few months with regret.
Wolves finish the season in 13th place, seven points clear of the relegation zone, but there will be natural concerns about their goal-scoring ability heading into next season.
Arsenal won 26 Premier League games this season, their joint-highest tally in a single season (also 26 wins in 2001-02 and 2003-04), and only in those two title-winning seasons (90 points in 2003-04 and 87 points in 2001-02) did they gain more points than they did this season (84).
Wolves have lost their final game in eight of their nine Premier League seasons, including the last seven since beating Sunderland on the final day in 2009-10.
Arsenal has won the final league game in each of the last 12 seasons and is unbeaten in their last 18 final-day games (W16 D2) since a 2-1 loss at Birmingham City in 2004-05.