By Chris Harris
David Seaman believes Wojciech Szczesny and Lukasz Fabianski have "great futures" after watching them both take a step forward this season.
The Gunners legend knows a thing or two about goalkeeping after making 564 appearances and winning nine major trophies for the Club between 1990 and 2003, and he likes what he has seen so far in Arsenal's Polish pair.
Fabianski produced a string of fine performances before a shoulder injury ended his campaign prematurely, paving the way for Szczesny to lay claim to the No 1 spot. Seaman thinks there is much more to come from both keepers.
"Fabianski and Szczesny are great goalkeepers," he told Arsenal TV Online.
"I’ve seen them in training and I just want them to show people what they can do. At the moment, obviously, with Szczesny it’s very early and Fabianski hasn’t shown what he is capable of.
"They are two goalkeepers with great futures."
Seaman was at Emirates Stadium to support Bob Wilson's Soccer Cycle and subscribers can now watch his full interview on Arsenal TV Online. He discusses:
- why he rates Szczesny and Fabianski
- why you can't relax in training
- producing your best in matches
- the attributes you need to be a top keeper
- the targets he used to set with Bob Wilson