Arsene Wenger has refused to confirm that Manuel Almunia will remain his No.1 next season.
Some critics have suggested that Arsenal are not strong enough in the goalkeeping department and will need to strengthen in the summer.
Almunia has produced a number of impressive performances this term but his mistakes have also been highlighted, and Wenger is not yet sure who will be his man between the posts on a long-term basis.
Question marks have also been raised about Lukasz Fabianski, who has provided the back-up to Almunia but came under fire following two blunders against Porto in the UEFA Champions League.
Wenger is now set to consider his options over the remaining weeks of the campaign before speaking about the situations of individual players.
Asked if Almunia was too weak, Wenger said: "I don't think it is the best moment to talk about that.
"I never said he will be my long-term No 1.
"Almunia is a great keeper and is in competition with Fabianski. I want to see how we finish so I don't think it's the best period to talk about individual players."