Poland boss Leo Beenhakker has admitted that he faces a dilemma over his first-choice goalkeeper after reinstating Artur Boruc to the national squad. The Celtic number one received a two game ban for breaking a curfew following a friendly in Ukraine. However, he will have to fight for his place in the first team after Arsenal stopper Lukasz Fabianski impressed Beenhakker with his performances against San Marino and Slovenia.

He said: "Artur has learned from his mistakes and deserves to be back.

"Now though, I have a headache over who to put in goal as Fabianski did so well in Artur's absence."