Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has admitted that he has the utmost faith in all three of his goalkeepers ahead of the crucial Premier League match with Everton, which could see the return of Wojciech Szczesny.

Wenger dropped his number one goalkeeper Szczesny for Arsenal's second-leg tie with Bayern Munich and he hasn't featured since, but he may be in line for a call-up when the Gunners meet Everton at the Emirates Stadium on Tuesday night.

Lukasz Fabianski has been handed the gloves for the last several games and has put in a string of fine performances that have kept him in the starting line-up ahead of his Polish counterpart.

However, Fabianski has picked up a serious knock during the side's victory over Norwich and could now miss the crunch game with Everton which could lead to the return of Szczesny.

Despite dropping him a few weeks back, Wenger has insisted he has the utmost faith in not only Szczesny, but Fabianski and Vito Mannone as well, and is confident that any three of the keepers can step-up when needed.

"I have total confidence, no matter who starts the game," Wenger told the Arsenal website. "In the past I have shown that, that I trust these players and trust that no matter who plays, they will show their quality.

"We have three good keepers. That's been shown during the season. Everybody had the ability to show his quality and that's what you want."

Fabianski has been very impressive since breaking back into the first team and Wenger has admitted that the Polish keeper has caught his eye, but he has also revealed that Szczesny's reaction to being dropped has also been impressive.

"Fabianski's reflexes, his positioning and his decision-making has been great," Wenger added. "We will decide as late as possible [on his availability.

"[Szczesny has responded] really well. He worked very hard and worked very well. I do not want to make a case of it before the game. He's handling the situation very well and in a positive way.”

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