Mikel Arteta proved his managerial credentials by beating Chelsea 2-1 to win the FA Cup barely 6 months after joining Arsenal. Former Arsenal boss Unai Emery left behind a disjointed team that lacked confidence and belief but Arteta has turned it around in remarkable fashion despite not signing any players in January like the likes of Manchester United's Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who needed the services of star man Bruno Fernandes to revitalize Man United. Furthermore, Arteta showcased his astute character and sportsmanship by acknowledging his mentor and former boss Pep Guardiola for making him the coach he is today. This shows the gratitude the young Spaniard has and it surely adds to his many positive attributes we have seen so far. He has also shown his tactical acumen in big games as he has beaten former boss Pep Guardiola's Manchester City in the FA Cup semi-finals, alongside Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool,Solskjaer's Manchester United and now Lampard's Chelsea. What remains for the Arsenal board is to surely back him with the players he needs in the transfer market and Arsenal will be a force to reckon with in the Premier League next season. The situation with talisman Pierre Emerick Aubameyang also needs to be resolved quickly as his superbly taken match winning goals proved he is a key part of Mikel Arteta's plans going forward. The sooner his contract situation is resolved the better for both parties. Arsenal's choice to go after Pep Guardiola's former no 2 as new head coach seems to have paid off considering Arsenal have become a hard team to beat under Mikel Arteta as well as an attacking threat going forward. There are still issues to be resolved in this young team but with Arteta in charge at the Emirates, the future looks bright for Arsenal fans.