Lukasz Fabianski has said that he may move from Arsenal on loan to help his chances of making the Polish team for Euro 2012.
The second-choice keeper, who has featured only twice for the Gunners this season, revealed that he has had talks with boss Arsene Wenger over his future at the club.
"I had a chat with the boss a few days ago and it was quite an intensive one," the 26-year-old said.
"It was me who asked to speak although we will have a few more chats.
"I want my situation to be resolved in the nearest future because I want to play at Euro 2012. I hope Wenger will understand me and we find a solution.
"I want to play for Arsenal but if not, I will have to go somewhere else, even if it is on loan."
Arsenal's third-choice keeper Manuel Almunia has already had a one-month stint on loan at West Ham.
Lukasz Fabianski wants loan move
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