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The Polish international remains the second-choice keeper at Arsenal behind his compatriot Wojciech Szczesny, but as Euro 2012 and the 2014 World Cup qualifiers loom ever closer, Fabianski is rumored to be looking for a loan move to gain more first-team play and increase his chances of getting first-team play for his country. According to a report from SportsMole, Fabianski, who has appeared on the pitch twice this season for the Gunners, spoke to Arsene Wenger about his future at the club.
Fabianski says he plans to focus on breaking into the Gunners' first team for now, though:
If there is an opportunity, I want to play as well as I can and help the team. We will see what happens. At the moment, I focus on Arsenal. There is still time until January, almost two months. We will see what happens.
I am going to keep fighting for the place. Wojciech is doing well, but I have to fight, work hard and see what happens.
Arsenal will likely be looking for keepers as Fabianski, Vito Mannone and Manuel Almunia prepare to leave the club, all most likely on loan spells. A recently-emerging potential candidate, according to the Daily Mail, is £6 million-rated Sevilla keeper Javi Varas.