Sunderland stopper Marton Fulop is determined to make the most of Craig Gordon's to become the Black Cats number one. The 26-year-old Hungary international, who impressed during an extended run in the team last season, has been a frustrated bystander for much of the current campaign following the £9million man's return to fitness and form.
Fulop said: "I don't think the manager has decided yet who his number one is.
"The more games you get, the more chances you get to impress, and I hope we get a good result against Arsenal now and I can play my part.
"I definitely don't think the manager needs to bring in a new goalkeeper.
"All three of us want to prove to him that there is no need to sign another goalkeeper."