Arsenal goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski has claimed that he has nothing to prove and he is just trying to help his team as his contract runs down, according to Sky
The Gunners shot stopper is out of contract in the summer and is expected to leave the club after a seven year stint in London.
Despite largely being Arsenal’s back-up goalie, he has put in several impressive performances in cup competitions, notably the FA Cup as he helped his side reach the semi-finals.
“I don’t think I have to prove anything,” said Fabianski.
“Like I have said many times, I am just enjoying the games and trying to help the team in every situation they expect me to help”
The Polish international was involved in Arsenal’s Champions League second-leg tie against Bayern Munich on Tuesday as the Gunners were knocked out of the competition.
Although his side lost over the two games, the 28-year-old is hoping that the performance at the Allianz Arena will encourage a run of good performances in the Premier League.
“Hopefully it will give us the same as it gave us last season where we went on a really good run,” added Fabianski.
“I think [the confidence from this performance] is crucial for every player. All the players were disappointed we couldn’t get the result we wanted but on the other hand they didn’t beat us.
“Maybe the first half was more for them but the second half I think they had chances, we had chances and it was more open. I think you could see they were nervous until the last few minutes of the game so you can see that we showed our pride. We are looking forward to the final games of the season.”
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