Arsenal goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianksi is set to play his final match for the Gunners in the FA Cup final next month, according to the Daily Mirror.

The Polish goalkeeper is set to leave the Emirates at the end of the season when his contract expires, having already revealed he is looking for a club that can offer him regular first team football.

Fabianski has been a consistent performer when selected for Arsenal this season, and was the hero of Saturday’s FA Cup semi final win over Wigan, saving penalties from Gary Caldwell and Jack Collison in the penalty shootout.

“I don’t know if I will keep my place for the final, it’s up to the boss but after my performance I hope that I can,” Fabianski said.

“It’s always nice to win. I don’t know if it proves a point, to be honest when you play you don’t think about any of that, for me it’s all about winning the game, focusing on the moment and the day.

“That’s all we wanted, a win, we weren’t paying any attention to any outside things. In the club we are all quite smart, we knew we had to win the game because by winning game it just picks us up as players.

“It picks up the club and the fans, it gives us more belief that we can manage first of all to finish in the top four, and then hopefully to win the final.

“I think it’s for the fans, I think they have been waiting a long time and they show up every away game, win or lose they always follow. It was a great atmosphere as well so it’s great to do it for them.

“I’m very happy that we managed to go through to the final, it’s a really massive thing for us, especially after such a difficult game. We showed character and we’re all pleased with the final result.”

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