The 2011/2012 season is coming thick and fast, and it is set to be an even more thrilling, exciting and intense campaign then the previous.
With more money, more quality and more desire, it is shaping up to be one superb nine months that follow.
After a horrific conclusion to 2010/2011, in which Arsenal's trophy absence was extended to six successive seasons, followed by a slow summer transfer window, the Gunners' will enter the 2011/2012 as long odds to secure their first English Premier League title in seven years.
Captain Cesc Fabregas is set to finally complete the inevitable £35 million move to Barcelona whilst veteran left back Gael Clichy has completed a £7 million move to Manchester City and Denilson has joined Brazilian giants Sao Paulo on loan.
However, Arsene Wenger is still only to acquire the services of Ivorian striker Gervinho from OSC Lille for £10.5 million, fans and critics are beginning to question the North London giants' chances for the coming campaign.
Fans are demanding the Frenchman implement a quality defensive signing after last season exposed the Gunners' frailty at the back. A number of quality players from all departments have been linked with the Gunners yet little is materializing despite Wenger's increased transfer budget.
However, regardless of the current situation, one can be certain Wenger will enforce some high calibre presences into his young squad. Furthermore despite the lack of belief for Arsenal's title campaign, there are many positives to establish that prove the Gunners' are as strong as ever to sufficiently challenge for the English Premier League crown.
There are a number of promising aspects which if analysed can put even the most sceptical Arsenal fan in proper light. After all, the Arsenal faithful have endured a long enough wait to see their team once again hoist a trophy to the sky in satisfaction.
So as 2011/2012 approaches, Bleacher Report discovers the 20 reasons why Arsenal can win the 2011/2012 Premier League title and give monumental relief to their fans, particularly the greying Arsene Wenger.