By Nick Teale
After an impressive performance in Wednesday night's Champions League defeat to Olympiacos, Lukasz Fabianski says he is ready for the chance to prove himself in the Premier League.
The Polish keeper has played three times for Arsenal this season but knee and thigh injuries meant that when Manuel Almunia suffered a chest infection, Fabianski was unable to take his place.
However the 24-year-old is now fully fit and after impressing in Athens, he is ready to prove his worth in England's top flight.
"I have started to play a bit and hopefully I am going to get some more games in the future," he said.
"I want to play in the Premier League. I am preparing myself to play in every single game and I am ready to play in the Premier League.
"You have to work hard and every time you have an opportunity you have to show what you can do.
"We will see what happens."
TV Online subscribers can watch the interview in full now. In it Fabianski discusses:
- the Olympiacos defeat
- the goal he conceded
- the strength of the young players this evening
- the youth players stopped Wenger buying
- getting games again after so long out
- putting the injury behind him
- thoughts about targeting the FA Cup
- putting Manuel Almunia under pressure