Arsenal legend David Seaman believes the Gunners are in great stock when it comes to their current crop of goalkeepers, saying that both Wojciech Szczesny and Lukasz Fabianski have great futures ahead of them.
The former England international stopper praised the Poles for making a step forward in their careers this season, but assured Arsenal fans there is much more to come.
"Fabianski and Szczesny are great goalkeepers," Seaman told Arsenal TV Online.
"I’ve seen them in training and I just want them to show people what they can do."
Seaman knows a thing or two about goalkeeping himself, having made 564 appearances for Arsenal and winning nine major trophies in his fourteen-year spell with the club between 1990 and 2003.
Fabianski started the season well with a number of impressive performances, before suffering a shoulder injury that ruled him out for the remainder of the campaign.
That gave chance to Szczesny, who had spent part of the season on loan at League One Brentford, before being recalled and given the opportunity to make the No.1 spot his own.
"At the moment, obviously, with Szczesny it’s very early and Fabianski hasn't shown what he is capable of," Seaman continued.
"They are two goalkeepers with great futures."