The Gabonese striker netted twice to help the Gunners overcome the Blues at Wembley and was eager to steer clear of contract talk afterwards.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang refused to be drawn on his future after netting a match-winning brace for Arsenal in the FA Cup final.
The Gabonese striker underlined his value to the Gunners cause with two goals against Chelsea on Saturday.
Mikel Arteta’s side have continued to look to their captain for inspiration throughout the uncertainty surrounding his contract situation.
Aubameyang is yet to agree an extension to a deal at Emirates Stadium that now has less than 12 months to run.
The 31-year-old has remained coy on his plans, with plenty suggesting that major silverware would be required in order for a prolific presence to put pen to paper.
Arsenal now have that, along with qualification for the Europa League, but Aubameyang continues to give little away.
Asked if he had a message for the club’s supporters on his future after guiding them to another trophy triumph, he told BBC Sport: “Nothing. Today is about the trophy.”
Arteta was also quizzed on the plans of his talismanic skipper, with the Spaniard reiterating his belief that a deal will be agreed at some stage.
“He knows what I think about him,” said Arteta. “I want to build the squad around him. I think he wants to stay and it is just about getting the deal done.
“But I think these moments will help him to realise and believe that we are in the right path and he is a big part of that. He is loved by everybody at the club. Hopefully he can continue with us.”
When asked if Aubameyang will extend his time at Emirates Stadium, Arteta replied: “I think he will, yes.”