Wojciech Szczesny is struggling to regain his starting spot at Arsenal, with David Ospina usurping him as our man between the sticks.
He is still appreciated by a club he spent a season on loan at however, with the Polish shot-stopper named the goalkeeper of the decade by Brentford in a recent fan pole.
Szczesny spent the 2009-10 season on loan at the Championship side, and was hugely impressive during his time there.
He clearly made a lasting impression at the club, as he has been voted the keeper of the decade despite playing just 28 games for them.
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Our Pole in the goal will be hoping for a game against Middlesbrough this Sunday, and will be looking to impress the manager if given the chance.
A solid performance may see him restored to the starting XI in the Premier League as well, giving him that much more of a reason to put in a good shift.
Brentford are currently sixth in the Championship, and are chasing promotion to the Premier League. And if Szczesny manages to retake his starting spot then he could line up against them next season.