Arsenal goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski is hoping his game will improve following his recent run in the team.
Fabianski has started the Gunners' last four matches in the absence of the injured Manuel Almunia and is looking to repay Arsene Wenger's faith in his ability.
The Poland international has yet to convince he can be a future No.1 for Arsenal after several shaky performances in the past.
However, after featuring in Tuesday's UEFA Champions League thrashing of Shakhtar Donetsk, Fabianski revealed his confidence is on the up.
"I've had a small run of four matches now and I think I'm pretty confident on the pitch now," said Fabianski, who joined from Legia Warsaw in 2007.
"I think it's always good for a keeper that he plays regularly and hopefully I can continue improving."
Arsenal's next test is against Premier League title rivals Manchester City and Fabianski believes it is vital the Gunners pick up three points.
He added: "It's a massive game for us because we want to be in the title race.
"We want to go there for sure to win the game. We have to win it."