Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny has declared himself fit for his sides home fixture with Norwich City on Saturday.
Szczesny was a late replacement for Southampton's Artur Boruc in Poland's 2-0 defeat against England in last night's World Cup qualifier.
Despite conceding two goals, the Polish keeper was very impressive, producing a string of fine saves. However the 23-year-old clashed with Danny Welbeck, causing Szczesny to feel concerned about his arm.
After the game Szczesny told Sky Sports that it wasn't anything to worry about and said: "He just stood on my hand, but it was nothing serious."
The Polish international will not get the chance to gain World Cup glory next summer.
But at Arsenal, the atmosphere is a positive one with a real belief that the Gunners can put up a serious challenge for the Premier League title this season.
Arsene Wenger's side host Norwich City at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday. Szczesny believes the Gunners can continue their momentum after the international break and maintain top spot.
"I hope we can keep going the way we have in the past few weeks and will give ourselves the best chance to challenge for a trophy", added the Arsenal stopper.
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