Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny is determined to stay at Arsenal and fight for his place in the starting eleven despite being dropped for the side's last two games, according to the Daily Mail.
The Poland international is also reportedly growing fed up of the club's training regime.
Szczesny was dropped ahead of last week's Champions League clash with Bayern Munich and manager Arsene Wenger insisted it was because the goalkeeper needed a break due to his current mental state.
Lukasz Fabianski was brought in to replace the Polish shot-stopper and kept a clean sheet at the Allianz Arena and impressed in doing so. The replacement keeper subsequently kept his starting spot for the weekend's Premier League game away at Swansea, where he kept yet another clean sheet in another 2-0 victory.
Despite his boss claiming he was mentally unfit, Szczesny insists he feels fine and believes it is his training regime that needs changing - and that will be key to his form.
Arsenal are reluctant to sell the Poland international as everyone behind the scenes believes the 21-year-old will become a great goalkeeper in the near-future.
It has been revealed recently that Wenger is considering hiring a new goalkeeping coach, with ex-players David Seaman and Jens Lehmann favourites to get the position.
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