The Gunners meet Liverpool and Manchester United in the Premier League, Liverpool again in the FA Cup and Bayern Munich in the Champions League this month which could determine how many trophies the north London club can still win when March comes around.
Szczesny insisted that Arsenal were welcoming the challenge of a vital set of fixtures, especially as they sit on top of the Premier League table.
"I love it. I think every player looks forward to big games against big opponents and world-class players so it is very exciting," the Pole said.
"It is a difficult run we have got, but we look at it as a chance to create an even bigger gap between us and the teams behind us so hopefully we can show people what we are made of."
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