Arsenal star weighs up January move

Arsenal goalkeeper Lucasz Fabianski has admitted that he may leave Arsenal in the next transfer window, as opportunities in the Emirates first-team are becoming limited for the stopper.

The Poland international has had to play second fiddle to countryman Wojciech Szczesny for the bulk of this campaign, after a number of high-profile blunders cost him his place in the team.

The 26-year-old is motivated in trying to win the number one jersey back, but has admitted he will have to wait and see what happens in January.

“It is really difficult. Of course not playing doesn’t make me happy. I want to play, that’s my goal,” he told Mirror Football.

“But as well, sometimes you have to be patient. Like I said, I am just fighting, fighting.

“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,” he concluded.

By Gareth McKnight