Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny believes that England can challenge for glory at next summer’s World Cup finals in Brazil, Sky Sports understands.
The 23 year old was beaten twice by at Wembley on Tuesday evening as Roy Hodgson’s men booked their place at the tournament, and he is sure that with a few small improvements, the Three Lions can go far.
Meanwhile, Nacho Monreal is confident that the Gunners can be successful on more than one count this season, the Daily Star understands.
Arsenal sit top of the Premier League on goal difference after winning five of their seven games, and the Spain left-back believes that the club can compete with the league’s best for the rest of the campaign.
He also believes that the club’s current form has shown signs that they are strong enough to seriously compete in the other competitions they are involved in.
Elsewhere, Aaron Ramsey has insisted that he can continue the form he has shown in the opening two months of the season, according to Sky Sports.
The Wales international has already scored eight club goals so far, more than any other campaign he has been involved in to date.
He has also netted twice for Wales, including a late equaliser against Belgium on Tuesday evening.