Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has offered his backing to under-fire goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski.
Fabianski endured a miserable night in Arsenal's midweek Champions League defeat to Porto with two major blunders for the two goals the Gunners conceded.
Wenger insists Fabianski will play against Sunderland at the Emirates on Saturday if first-choice goalkeeper Manuel Almunia does not come through a fitness test on his injured finger.
Wenger believes the young Pole has a bright future ahead of him and claims the whole club will support Fabianski.
"He will be a great goalkeeper," said Wenger. "He had an unlucky night. Every goalkeeper who had a great career has had a night like that.
"We have to show support to him and solidarity.
"It is a good opportunity for us to show that we are a special club and have a special togetherness. I believe in the keepers I have."