Arsene Wenger’s imminent departure will herald the start of a new era at Arsenal.
But how many of the club’s current squad deserve an opportunity to be part of the Gunners’ next chapter?
Here, Sportsmail examines the chances of those who featured against West Ham.
David Ospina – Unlikely to be Arsenal No 1 under the new manager. He’s twice come close to leaving the club due to his lack of football. He may finally get his wish. Out.
Arsenal goalkeeper David Ospina flies out to punch clear with Mark Arnautovic lurking
Hector Bellerin – Has potential to be one of the world’s leading right-backs but his progress has stunted over the past 12 months. But he can thrive under a new coach. Stay.
Hector Bellerin slides in to tackle West Ham’s Arthur Masuaku at the Emirates Stadium
Shkodran Mustafi – The club’s most expensive defender started his Arsenal career well. But his performances have deteriorated badly. Arsenal were open to selling him last summer. Could easily be part of a summer cull. Out.
Arsenal defender Shkodran Mustafi fight for the ball with Marko Arnautovic of West Ham
Laurent Koscielny – Is having to be nursed through the season because of a chronic Achilles problem. But when he plays, Arsenal look a far sturdier outfit. Stay.
Laurent Koscielny sticks in a foot to prevent West Ham’s Edimilson Fernandes causing damage
Nacho Monreal – His attitude has been exemplary. He cares, and he shows it. A new left-back will be a priority this summer, but the Spaniard deserves a chance to stake his claim. Particularly if he keeps scoring goals like he did today. Stay.
Nacho Monreal celebrates his well-taken goal for the Gunners in the second-half
Mohamed Elneny – Has been a bit-part player since his arrival from Basel. He will continue to be a bit-part player in the new regime. But having just signed a new contract, you’d imagine he won’t be leaving anytime soon. Stay.
Mohamed Elneny grabs his ankle on the ground after suffering the injury that forced him off
Granit Xhaka – Flattered to deceive so often since his arrival, but his performances have improved somewhat in recent months. Has the ability to dictate the pace of games. Has a future at the club. Stay.
Granit Xhaka fires off a pass during Sunday afternoon’s contest in north London
Aaron Ramsey – Has shown a reluctance to sign a new deal. Will that change now Wenger’s leaving? Quite possibly. It should be the next manager’s priority to get the midfielder sign up. Stay.
Aaron Ramsey fights with Cheikhou Kouyate for possession during Sunday’s Emirates clash
Alex Iwobi – His career has petered out since bursting onto the scene. Bags of potential but needs something to reignite his career. A new manager could do the trick. Stay.
Alex Iwobi is restrained by West Ham defender Declan Rice during a physical contest
Alexandre Lacazette – Has found his place under threat by Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang in recent weeks. But his goals underline why Arsenal will not give up on their £52million signing so quickly. Stay.
Alexandre Lacazette (right) celebrates with Ainsley Maitland-Niles after scoring the fourth
Danny Welbeck – Like Ramsey, has just 12 months left on his contract. Looks to be over his injury woes, but is that enough to convince Arsenal to offer him the sort of deal he’s looking for? Out.
Danny Welbeck on the ball as he takes on West Ham midfielder Mark Noble on Sunday
Ainsley Maitland-Niles – Looks to have the raw materials of a good central midfield player. The club want their new manager to show faith in Arsenal’s youth stars. Maitland-Niles is one of he brightest coming through. Stay.
Ainsley Maitland-Niles tries to shield the ball from Joao Mario and Mark Noble
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – Another goal for the club’s record signing. Will be have an integral role to play during the post-Wenger season. Stay.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang came off the bench during Arsenal’s 4-1 win over the Hammers
Calum Chambers – The club will look to sign at least one new centre-back this summer. Chambers needs to be playing regularly. Could be one that leaves. Out.