England have a bit of an injury crisis at left-back at the moment.
Their two first choice players, Leighton Baines and Luke Shaw are both out with long-term injuries, and we need someone to make this position their own.
At Arsenal, one of their weakest positions is at left-back. Bellerin has impressed at right-back, but on the other side Nacho Monreal has been exposed more than once so far this season and isn't the quickest of players.
BECOME A WRITER
Do you have what it takes? Sign up today and send over your 250 word test article: http://gms.to/haveyoursay3
Kieran Gibbs has always had bags of potential. Under Arsene Wenger and a whole-heartedly talented Arsenal squad, he has learnt composure and a passing ability, which he has added to his natural pace, strength and athleticism.
All he needs is a really decent run of games and he will develop a partnership with the other Arsenal defenders. What he really needs now is 90 minutes of football at least once a week, without picking up any injuries.
Gibbs needs to start pushing himself harder to impress Arsene Wenger. So far this season he hasn't started a Premier League match, so he needs to improve in training to oust Monreal from left-back and then perform consistently well when given the chance.
Physically he has everything, he just needs that experience and knowledge, which he will only learn through match-time. Perhaps if he doesn't end up getting game time he should try and go out on loan to re-start his career.
Gibbs seems to have been around for a long time in English football but is still only 26-years-old. Perhaps he should take a leaf out of Ryan Bertrand's book, who wasn't playing for Chelsea, moved to Southampton and impressed last season.
If Kieran can stay fit, put in some good performances for Arsenal in the Premier League and Champions League and gain momentum and confidence, I think he could be a really important player for England in the future.
We need someone to step up, and I hope he goes on a run of form now and shows his potential. There are a lot of talented right-wingers in the Premier League who he can test himself against. He needs to be fearless and relish it. Lets hope to see him flourish.