The Gunners goalkeeper was the hero in Saturday's semi-final at Wembley as he saved two Wigan spot-kicks to hand Arsene Wenger's side a 4-2 penalty shoot-out win after a 1-1 draw
The Gunners goalkeeper proved to be the difference against Wigan Athletic in Saturday's last-four clash at Wembley, saving the holders' first two spot-kicks from Gary Caldwell and Jack Collison to lay the foundations for Arsenal's 4-2 victory on penalties after the match had finished 1-1.
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Fabianski has not played in the top flight at all this season, and has made just four league appearances since the beginning of the 2011-12 campaign - but after putting Arsenal in prime position to end their nine-year trophy drought in next month's final, Fabianski is hopeful of more opportunities in Arsene Wenger's starting XI.
"I'm very happy we managed to go through to the final, it's a massive thing for us, especially after such a difficult game," the Daily Mail quotes the 28-year-old as saying.
"But I don't know if I'll keep my place - it's up to the boss. After my performance, I hope I can."
Jordi Gomez beat Fabianski with a penalty to give Wigan the lead just after the hour on Saturday, before Per Mertesacker equalised late on to force extra-time and, ultimately, the shoot-out.
However, Gomez did not step up from 12 yards in the shoot-out - a decision the Arsenal stopper was not expecting.
"To be honest, I did some homework but none of them were on my list, the guys who stepped up," he added.
"So I was just guessing, it was more intuition rather than my homework. I was surprised Gomez didn't step up as the first one."