"Thank you for having me for such a long time".
Wenger's final season did not yield any silverware, and a string of Champions League and Premier League failures in recent years have ultimately split the club's fanbase over his suitability for the role.
A farewell event was organised for the 68-year-old with former and current Arsenal players and fans in attendance.
Arsenal's record signing continued his impressive goal-scoring form since his January switch from Borussia Dortmund, making it eight Premier League strikes in 11 games with instinctive finishes to start and end the scoring.
After the game the Arsenal team and staff formed another guard of honour to say farewell to Wenger and captain Per Mertesacker, who will manage the club's academy next season.
"His legacy I think people will value it in the years to come", Lauren told club website.
'In the job I do (next), will I be free on the day Arsenal plays? It is about caring about the handsome game, about the values that we cherish and as well that something that goes through every cell of our bodies we care, we worry, we are desperate but when you come here dreams are realised. "I hope to see you soon". Thank you for being such an important part of my life.
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"It means that even if they are not always happy, they still respected me and wanted to show at least I gave my total commitment to do well", said Wenger of his ovation from the supporters. "Thank you, well done", he ended.
And Aubameyang finished as he started by steering home Hector Bellerin's cross to round off a five-star performance by the Gunners to send Wenger off in style.
"He has built the Arsenal that we know and love today".
But, while Wenger would again not be drawn on his replacement, he said the team at his disposal will be good enough to challenge for honours - provided there are some key additions.
Former Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud believes departing Gunners manager Arsene Wenger "deserves a great tribute" and expects his compatriot to continue in management.
Thank you for 22 years, the Professor; and thank you for creating 'Arsenal'.