Arsenal find themselves contesting for silverware on Saturday and goalkeeper Wojciech took part in a Q&A in the build-up to the showdown.
On the pitch, Arsenal are training hard for an FA Cup final that pits them against Hull City at Wembley Stadium on Saturday, May 17. Off the pitch, the club's media-trained athletes are aiding the social media team in order to elevate interest even further in the domestic season's curtain-closing fixture.
Thomas Vermaelen gave a professional response to a Facebook fan's question during a Q&A session broadcast on the club's official page, when asked how they would celebrate should the Gunners beat down the Tigers. He said: "We'd celebrate with the fans all together and the team - we'd take the cup into the stands."
According to the Islington Gazette, a victory parade has already been planned in the event Arsene Wenger's side do the business and win a long elusive piece of silverware - their first in the Emirates Stadium era. The parade would last three hours and would include many of the borough's streets.
Goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny, known for his bromance and shared banter with Jack Wilshere, gave a more light-hearted answer than Vermaelen regarding celebrations, saying: "The good thing is it's the last game of the season. So if we win, we don't actually have to be that professional, so that's good."
Does that mean more selfies then?