It is fair to say it has been a good weekend for Arsenal. After Everton's defeat ensured the Gunners would be playing Champions League football yet again next season, Arsene Wenger's side won their final home game of the season.
The 1-0 victory over West Bromwich Albion saw Arsenal reach 76 points for the season - their highest total for six years with a game still to play.
It was something football pundit Richard Keys pointed out on his official Twitter account, only to see Piers morgan respond by voicing his unhappiness at another lackluster Gunners campaign.
"The idea is to get more points than anyone else," Morgan wrote, as he continued to voice his discontent at a campaign that promised so much but ultimately fell away.
That said, there is still the not so small matter of the FA Cup final on the horizon. So it could still be a trophy-winning season after all.
But Morgan is right. It is about winning more points than your rivals, or at least it should be for a club like Arsenal; especially considering the first half of a funny old campaign.
This takes Arsenal for 76 points - their best total for 6 years.— Richard Keys (@richardajkeys) May 4, 2014