Let's face it. The last couple months have been some pretty rough ones for Arsenal supporters, with only three wins in all competitions since the Carling Cup final defeat in February.
So for those of you Arsenal supporters, like me, who have become frustrated of recent disappointing performances from the Gunners, here are some better memories of Arsenal's 2010-11 campaign.
After a controversial goal from Saha, both Andrei Arshavin and Laurent Koscielny hit the net to complete a stunning comeback for Arsenal.
This kept their once-existent title hopes alive and provided an immense morale boost in the middle of a tough patch in February.
All in all, a great win.
Although the Fulham goal from Kamara isn't included in this video, it doesn't really matter, as the goals from Samir Nasri are simply sensational.
This is, hands down, the Frenchman's best performance of the season. He single-handedly (or single-footedly) carried Arsenal to a victory with two goals that showed incredible skill.
This match was the one that really started to put the spotlight on Samir Nasri as one of Arsenal's best players, as well as establishing Arsenal as a 2010-11 title contender.
Although Arsenal were out of the title race at this point, this win was still extremely important. It was a huge boost to Arsenal's pride, as there's nothing like beating the first place team in front of your home fans.
The Gunners had nothing left to play for, yet they still went on to beat their hated rivals, blowing the title race wide open.
This was a hugely significant win for both Arsenal and the Premier League, as well as Aaron Ramsey.
In a time where Arsenal currently struggle to grab consistent points from each match, this video is a little reminder of something Arsenal supporter's can be proud of.
This win was huge in Arsenal's title bid and showing the world that they are a club that can beat any team when at their best. It was a monumental match for Arsenal supporters, not only beating our London rivals but humiliating them. By far Arsenal's best performance in the Premier League this season.
The scoreline really tells the whole story, must I say anything else?
After receiving the tie against Barcelona for the round of 16, it seemed as if Arsenal's Champions League campaign was over. But when they beat Barcelona, the side that is considered to be one of the best ever, Arsenal shocked the world.
I don't think I was the only Arsenal fan screaming his head off when Andrei Arshavin scored the winner. This was definitely Arsenal's best win of the season and their best performance of the season, in all competitions.
If this video doesn't give you goosebumps (even though it's commentated in what sounds like German), I don't know what will.