"I don't think this will be the last game for Arsene, he deserves to be working for Arsenal", added the Italian, who is seeking the Double in his first season at Stamford Bridge after steering the Blues to the Premier League title".
Football fans marching in to Wembley Stadium were met with a heavy armed police presence ahead of the FA Cup final.
'A strong club is a club that makes a decision. But the decision by Anthony Taylor's assistant was overturned by the referee.
His contract ends this summer, but he refused to confirm if he will remain in charge next season.
"I can't describe this", Ramsey gushed.
Arsenal midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has revealed that he idolises Juventus full-back Dani Alves to bring the best out of his duties as a wing-back where he has been deployed by Arsene Wenger before his hamstring injury.
Wenger said the victory was even more fulfilling "because nobody gave us a chance and we responded I think with attitude and class and we've seen that today". "I don't mind criticism because we are in a public job".
And scored his 30th goal of the season.
Diego Costa hauled Chelsea level on 76 minutes, but they switched off two minutes later, allowing Ramsey to nod in from close range. However, all eyes will be on Chelsea superstar Frank Lampard who has lifted the FA Cup trophy four times with the team.
Ramsey was left unmarked to meet Olivier Giroud's dinked pass by N'Golo Kante, who uncharacteristically failed to track the midfielder. Meanwhile, Chelsea's manager Antonio Conte, 47, will have a full squad to choose from as most (if not all) of the team is healthy for this match. "We won the league and we are very happy with that but we have another hard game to play and if we get the double, it will be good for us", Zouma said.
Arsenal took a fourth-minute lead with a goal that will be debated long after the final whistle.
"We have to finish this season, but we've started to work for the next season".