Arsenal are desperate to improve on a sturdy first season that would have undoubtedly left a lot of fans peeved.
The Gunners finished fifth in the Premier League and lost in the Europa League final meaning that they must spend another year in the second-tier competition.
Unai Emery has been given time after taking over from Arsene Wenger, in what has been put down as a transitional season after the Frenchman spent 22 years at the club.
The Emirates outfit are not interested in letting their star players go but there were worries that Lacazette could swap life in London for Barcelona.
Los Cules are on the lookout for a new striker and there were reports that a move could be made for the Arsenal forward.
But the ex-Lyon ace has seemed to put those rumours to bed after his latest Instagram post calling Arsenal ‘My home’.
The caption read: “2 Years Now Am In @arsenal, I Just Want To Say Thank You To Everyone.. Thanks For All The Love And Strength U Give Me.”
Lacazette has adorned himself to the Gunners fans after two years of service, scoring 19 goals and providing 13 assists last season.
His strike partner Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was more lethal in front of goal – netting 31 times across all competitions.
Both have been linked with moves away but Emery would be desperate to keep hold of them for next year.
The Spaniard must find a way to get Arsenal into the top four but with a depleted transfer budget is finding it difficult to get in his targets.
Emery has demanded a left-back, a centre-back, a wide forward and an Aaron Ramsey replacement.
The club are still pursuing a deal with Celtic over Kieran Tierney and there is confidence that this can be completed.
Arsenal’s main problem has been in signing a goal-threatening winger – with roadblocks being hit over moves for Wilfried Zaha, Ryan Fraser and Nicolas Pepe.
The former remains the priority – but Crystal Palace have slapped a £90m price-tag on the Ivorian to ward them off.
However, recent news has emerged that the Gunners will pursue a move for Malcom of Barcelona – who has failed to make much of an impact since his transfer last summer.