The youngster impressed for Arsenal in this past season.
Arsenal's Alex Iwobi and West Brom's Craig Dawson in action
The arsenal youngster enjoyed his breakthrough into the Gunners first team this past season, having impressed in the club’s youth ranks.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger
He was handed a surprise debut in the Champions League against Bayern Munich and impressed before following that up with a goal on his Premier League debut against Everton.
He went on to become a first team regular towards the end of the campaign, putting in a series of impressive performances for Arsene Wenger’s side.
And Joncker has hailed him, saying that the forward is good at all aspects of the game.
“What makes [Alex] different from many other boys is that, when you analyse him, he’s good at all aspects,” he told Arsenal Player.
“It’s not just him being a good player, he’s also a stable guy who’s working hard every day. He’s not getting distracted by having a lot of success.”
Crystal Palace's Yannick Bolasie in action with Arsenal's Nacho Monreal and Alex Iwobi
Iwobi will now be hoping that he can stay in the Arsenal first team next season once the summer transfer window is finished.
The Gunners are expected to be busy, with improving their forward options thought to be chief among their thoughts.
Iwobi will be keen to ensure he doesn’t lose his place if that happens, and his performances this past season should given him confidence he can remain a first team regular in future.
Alexis Sanchez celebrates scoring the first goal for Arsenal with Alex Iwobi