Nigel Winterburn believes Lukasz Fabianski has still got work to do to prove he is good enough to be first choice goalkeeper for Arsenal.
The goalkeeping position has been a problem for the Gunners since the departure of Jens Lehmann, with both Manuel Almunia and Fabianski looking suspect on many occasions.
Former left-back Winterburn thinks Fabianski has improved this season, but will need to go on a longer run of not committing any high-profile errors.
He said: "The goalkeeper situation still worries me a bit¸ and while it looks like Lukasz Fabianski is the No1 now, I still feel he needs to have an error-free run of about 10 or 12 games before we can really say he deserves to stay in the side.
"Last season neither of the keepers looked good enough for a top club and that is why Arsène tried to sign Mark Schwarzer from Fulham.
"But it looks like his chance of playing for Arsenal has gone. Arsène has said he is not going to sign anybody in January."
The Gunners legend also believes that youngster Wojciech Szczesny is a possible candidate for the number one role in the future.
He added: "I think he [Wenger] is happy with the keepers he has got, if they maintain form over the next month. I actually think the lad Szczesny who played on Tuesday is going to be a top keeper and could be the No1 in a few years' time."
I still feel he needs to have an error-free run of about 10 or 12 games before we can really say he deserves to stay in the side.
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