With no Tomiyasu again, or the in-form ESR, it looked like a tall order to win this game in front of a packed Emirates Stadium, especially given the referee appointed.
However, despite going a goal down from an unforced error, the lads rallied late on and Pepe got us back on level terms with just 8 minutes left.
The referee only added 6 minutes injury time, when the Wolves players had wasted at least three times that, but it was just about enough as Alexandre Lacazette’s hopeful cross-come-shot was parried into his own next by the Wolves keeper.
Martin Atkinson would have do doubt blown for offside had the incoming Bukayo Saka headed it home, but luckily the visiting keeper had done the hard work, notching up an OG.
Wolves themselves had gone very close to doubling their lead and putting the game out of reach, but we just kept going. Odegaard hit the bar, then it was chance after chance going begging, but we kept our heads, and got our reward with just seconds left.
While Saka was booked, there were no red cards which is a bonus.
The win hoists us back up to 5th place, just a point behind Man United, still with two games in hand, a very good couple of weeks for The Arsenal.
Next up, another long rest, and then Watford away next Sunday at 2pm, then Leicester at home, then Liverpool at home in the space of ten days. Another vital ten days to see how far we have come and a few points out of those three and we could really start to think about an unlikely top four finish!