Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says he is as equally frustrated as the fans after the Gunners missed out on the title.
Fans protested before, during and after Arsenal's 1-0 win against Norwich City at the Emirates Stadium.
A number of banners were exposed during the game including one saying "Time For Change" as fans insist the Frenchman should resign at the end of the season.
But he says he will be back next year and that his objective is to "make people happy".
"Norwich played very well," Wenger is quoted as saying by BBC Sport.
"In the first half they had two or three good shots and Petr Cech did very well.
"We lacked pace and seemed subdued. It was better in the second half and in the end we got a good win.
"[Danny] Welbeck came on and finished well. It was a good lay-off by Giroud. We had three strikers on at that time.
"We were warned about the protesters.
"You want to make the fans happy. I'm sorry if I don't achieve it. I'm irritated and frustrated if I cannot keep people happy. I have respect for the club and gave so much for the club - I want to make people happy.
"We have Man City now. We have to give a special game next Sunday.
"Our job is to do the best.
"This season we hoped we could win the league - it didn't happen and that's why people are frustrated. I can share that frustration. The aim is to come back and do what is needed to do it next year. The last three years the club has moved forward."