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Szczesny Still Has Further To Go

Arsene Wenger has said that although Wojciech Szczesny has improved between the sticks, he still thinks he can go on and become better.

Speaking to Wenger said his development is far from over, despite him coming on in leaps and bounds this season.

'It's difficult to say how much but what is for sure is that he has improved - especially in his confidence and his decision making. I think his determination to come for crosses is calm but commanding. Many aspects of his game he has improved and I expect more to come because he is a young goalkeeper.'

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Writer: Arsenal Site Staff Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday October 21 2011

Time: 5:39PM

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If Chesney has much more to offer I truly believe he can be the best goalkeeper in the world. He has Schmicheal-esque qualities about him ... and not just the haircut. WS is, in my opinion, the best keeper in the PL right now, up in the top five in Europe, and he's still really young. if barca keep their mitts off him he can be out #1 for the next 15 years.
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