Since his arrival from Chelsea in the summer of 2015, Petr Cech has proven himself to be a formidable presence in the Arsenal goal.
Arsène Wenger has long spoken of his admiration for the 34-year-old, and he remains a firm admirer despite his error at Stamford Bridge last weekend.
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There have been reports that the Arsenal manager is considering a change for this weekend’s game against Hull, but he says nothing has been decided.
“My team is not picked for Saturday yet, so I have to leave my choice open until then. That is not at stake in my thinking at the moment,” Wenger said.
“Petr Cech is a guy who prepares well, is serious, and wants to do well. He was at fault for the third goal [at Chelsea] but overall I believe he has had a good season.
“I have three world-class goalkeepers and I am very happy with the three I have.”
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