After another Arsenal win last week, Gunners fans are no doubt enjoying their current Premier League status as they are getting closer to league leaders Chelsea.
They can thank their rivals Tottenham for missing unbelievable goalscoring opportunities at White Hart Lane. A wonder goal from Tomas Rosicky in the second minute was enough to seal the victory for Gunners.
Seeing Wojciech Szczesny's under-average performance against Tottenham, questions are being asked about whether reserve goalkeeper deserves Lukasz Fabianski deserves it more.
Fabianski had a great match against Bayern Munich in the Champions League last week and Everton before that. His penalty save was Arsenal's highlight of the match and he has certainly given Wenger a headache about whether he should be a starter instead of his compatriot.
Transfer rumours about Fabianski leaving the club are getting louder, which would be a big loss for Gunners, but, on the other hand, would mean more games for this Pole.
Szczesny was also disappointing in a 5-1 defeat against Liverpool. He still remains the first name in the London squad and in the national team, which both of the goalkeepers represent.
Besides a few weak matches, Szczesny has displayed his potential and quality over the last two season and is considered to be one of the best Premier League goalkeepers.
It's up to Arsene Wenger to determine who should be his first pick.
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