Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta was happy to lead the Gunners to their 14th FA Cup triumph on Saturday evening.
Arsenal beat Chelsea 2-1 thanks to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's brace, with Christian Pulisic, who scored the first goal for the Blues turning out to be a consolation. The Spaniard is the first Arsenal manager to win a major trophy in their first season in charge of the club since George Graham in 1986-87.
Arteta now says he wants to build his team around the club captain Aubameyang who is linked with an exit and is yet to sign a new contract at the Emirates.
"Aubameyang knows what I think about him, I want to build the squad around him," he told BBC.
"I think he wants to stay; it’s about getting the deal done. Moments like today will help him to realize and believe we are on the right path and that he is a big part of it. He’s loved by everybody at the club so hopefully, he can continue with him. I think he will continue."
The 31-year-old has less than 12 months remaining on his current contract with Arsenal and is yet to agree a new deal.