Gunners keeper looks to break Tottenham hearts and earn his place in Arsenal folklore

Last updated at 07:42 09 January 2008

Lukasz Fabianski has vowed to make himself a firm favourite with Arsenal's

fans by helping his side sink arch-rivals Tottenham in the Carling Cup semi-final.

The 22-year-old Polish keeper was named captain for the fourth-round clash at

Sheffield United and was part of the side which reached the last four after

last month's extra-time victory at Blackburn.

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Lukasz Fabianski

Fabianski looks certain to play in tonight's first leg tie at the Emirates and is eager to help guide last year's runners-up back to the final.

"It is a big, big game for me, the fans and for everybody who is a Gunner," he said. "It's another chance to show my ability and I cannot wait for the game.

"I spoke to Manuel Almunia, who saved a penalty against Spurs [in the Premier

League] and he said if you save a penalty against them then you are the biggest man in the world.

"For Arsenal fans, it is a big thing to win against Tottenham and hopefully we

can do that again this year."