Lukasz focussed on victory
7th November 2014
Lukasz Fabianski insists the three points are all that matters as he prepares to face his former club on Sunday (4pm).
The Swans keeper comes face to face with Arsenal for the first time since he swapped London for south Wales back in the summer.
Fabianski completed a free transfer to the Liberty Stadium after his contract at the Emirates expired, and the Polish international has been in good form so far this season.
Five clean sheets in ten league games has helped the Swans up to sixth in the Premier League table - just two points and two places behind his former employers.
"It will be exciting," he said. "But at the end of the day it's still three points and just another game.
"We play at home so hopefully we can take advantage of that and try to get the win. Every victory is massive and another three points would put us in a strong position going into the international break."
Fabianski spent seven years at Arsenal after joining the Gunners from Polish side Legia Warsaw.
The stopper made 78 appearances at the Emirates, with his last outing coming in the club's FA Cup triumph against Hull at Wembley.
But Fabianski says he has nothing to prove to his former employers ahead of Sunday's meeting at the Liberty.
"I don't think there is anything to prove," he said. "I'm trying to do my best and give everything for the team, and I think I have done well so far.
"With Arsenal, it was my decision to leave the club and I finished my career there in a good way. There is mutual respect there and I'm happy with how it has all worked out."
He added: "They (Arsenal) have a good team, a strong squad and great offensive players.
"In terms of their recent games, Alexis Sanchez will be our biggest threat for sure. But we are looking good defensively as a team so hopefully we can keep him quiet."
Meanwhile, you can read our special three-part interview with Lukasz from the pre-season tour camp in Chicago. Click on the links below.
Part one - click HERE
Part two - click HERE
Part three - click HERE