Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas insists the Gunners have faith in goalkeeper Maunel Almunia.
The Spanish keeper's position was put under question this summer as Arsenal had bids for Fulham's Australia international Mark Schwarzer turned down.
But Almunia skippered the side in Fabregas' absence for their opening-day trip to Liverpool and pulled off a fine save from Steven Gerrard's stoppage-time free-kick to help secure a 1-1 draw.
The 33-year-old then came through a test of character in the 2-1 win at Blackburn before the international break and Saturday's 4-1 win over Bolton has made it 10 points from a possible 12 so far.
Arsenal have now switched their attention to the UEFA Champions League as they open their European campaign at home to Portuguese side Braga on Wednesday night and Fabregas is confident his compatriot will remain in good form.
"Manuel commanded the defence very well at Blackburn - but it is not just about one game or two or three," he said.
"He is a well-loved player among everybody here and performs well for this club.
"We all wish him a super season and have a lot of trust."
Almunia is set to remain in goal against Braga although manager Arsene Wenger will make some changes as Abou Diaby (leg) has joined the injury list while winger Samir Nasri is fit again following knee surgery.
Full-backs Gael Clichy and Bacary Sagna could return after being rested against Bolton and new England international Kieran Gibbs believes the competition for places can only be positive.
"It is difficult to play the same team through all of the season because players are going to get tired - that is when we start to get injuries," Gibbs told the club's official website. "It is good for people to get a chance.
"Not only is the competition going to be good for Gael to play well, it is also going to be good for the club as well because we are both fighting to help the team win something this year."
Shakhtar Donetsk and Partizan Belgrade make up Group H, and although Arsenal are expected to qualify for the knock-out stages for the 11th season in a row, Gibbs warned against complacency.
"It is the Champions League, so there is no easy group," the young left-back added.
"The games are going to be hard, home and away, so it is important to get off to a strong start.
"We have shown a lot of character in our opening matches and hopefully now we can build on it for the next few weeks."