Arsenal have taken English football by storm this year, barely putting a foot wrong and still fighting on multiple fronts. As each week passes, the Gunners' wait for silverware looks closer to ending.
As we approach the business end of the season, Steve Freeth, Sam Matterface and Kelly Somers discuss how many trophies they believe Mikel Arteta's men can take home this season.
Prior to this season, the word that most would have used to describe the North London side would be 'inconsistent', they had shown flashes of brilliance under Mikel Arteta but it felt there was always trouble right around the corner.
However, this season those flashes of brilliance have developed into continued streaks and the Gunners are now widely seen as arguably the best and most consistent side in England.
Now at the halfway stage of the season, they sit five points clear of second placed Manchester City at the top of the table and even have the luxury of a game in hand. It is starting to look like their title to lose.
Whilst the title will be their main concern, sitting on 50 points at the halfway stage is no common feat and puts the Gunners firmly in the conversation for a 100-point season - we are pricing them at 10/1 to do so.
Outside of the league, Arsenal have shone elsewhere. The Gunners won their Europa League group, losing just one game in the process, and are also still in the FA Cup, albeit meeting the tournament favourites Manchester City in the next round.
With a host of exciting young stars and a manager getting them playing attractive football on a weekly basis, multiple trophies doesn't look an unlikely scenario for Arsenal.
Steve, Sam and Kelly have their say on the Gunners' trophy hopes.