By Giuseppe Muro

Lukasz Fabianski admits he is loving the chance to help Arsenal push for the Premier League title.

After starting the season on the bench the Pole has revelled in his opportunity to contribute on the pitch, making vital saves at critical moments against Manchester City, Wolves and most recently Everton to win the Gunners crucial points on the road.

An elbow injury to Manuel Almunia opened the door for Fabianski at the end of September and he has since been one of Arsenal's most consistent performers as Arsène Wenger's side have firmly established their title credentials. And the goalkeeper is enjoying being able to help the team achieve their aims.

"I'm just happy that in some way I helped the team to win the game [against Everton]," said 25-year-old. "That's the main thing for me.

"I just feel happy to be playing regularly every three days. I'm enjoying that and I just want to keep working hard and keep playing as best as I can.

"It's not only with me, every player is like that - if he plays regularly his confidence grows and he feels more comfortable on the pitch.

"This week we had two very difficult away games and we got six points from those games so of course we are all happy and looking forward to the next games.

"We are more focused on every single game rather than thinking about the title. We want to be focused on the next game and the next game is Tottenham."

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16 Nov 2010