Bukayo Saka, one of the most influential players behind the Gunners' Premier League title push, has put pen to paper on a four-year deal that will keep him in North London until 2027.

Arsenal's season ultimately ends without a trophy but the fans have been handed something to celebrate ahead of their final game of the campaign versus Wolves.

Bukayo Saka, arguably one of the most exciting young attackers in the league and in Europe, has officially committed his future to the North London giants. The Englishman, who is an academy graduate, was set to enter the final year of his deal this summer but has put pen to paper on fresh terms that will keep him at the Emirates Stadium until 2027.

While an agreement had been reached way back in February, only now has it been wrapped up, with the club announcing their attacker's new four-year deal. Additionally, the 21-year-old will be handed a major pay rise and will pocket £200,000-a-week, but that figure could rise to £300,000 per week due to bonuses, making him one of the best-paid players in the squad.

This is a tremendous boost for the Gunners as they look to end their wait for Premier League and UEFA Champions League success. The team has already tied down Gabriel Martinelli and Aaron Ramsdale to new contract and has succeeded at securing the future of another young talent.

Saka played a key role in Arsenal's unexpected title push, scoring 13 goals and grabbing 11 assists this season in the league. Towards the end of the campaign, the Englishman's form dipped, hence the need for competition, but he remains a key figure for the foreseeable future.

However, the job is not yet done at Arsenal. William Saliba is also entering the final year of his Arsenal contract and is garnering interest from other continental giants after his outstanding debut season in the Premier League. The North London giants wish to keep him and are confident of agreeing a new deal but until an extension is officially signed, Edu and Co. cannot relax.

Additionally, Martin Odegaard is set for contract talks while the club prepare for what should be a busy summer transfer window. After their collapse towards the end of the season, Arteta looks to bolster his squad even further and has his eyes set out on the likes of Declan Rice, Ilkay Gundogan, Mason Mount, and Moises Caicedo – though not all of them will be pursued.