Arsenal's Wojciech Szczesny appeared far from happy on the substitute's bench against Stoke City.
The Pole was left out for the 3-0 victory, his second game out of the side in a row.
Szczesny's last game was the ill-fated game against Southampton in which Arsenal lost 2-0 on New Year's Day, and the goalkeeper was culpable for errors leading to both goals.
He was left out for the FA Cup win against Hull, and manager Arsene Wenger showed his faith in new signing David Ospina by giving him a second successive start, in the comfortable win over Stoke.
The same paper report Szczesny was 'fuming' after being dropped for this clash at The Emirates, but no inside scoop was required for that story. A simple look at his face watching from the bench showed how unhappy he was to be sitting there rather than out on the pitch.
Arsenal's next game is in the Premier League away to Manchester City, nd Szczesny faces an anxious wait to see if he is recalled for the huge fixture, but Ospina gave little away to suggest he was incapable of playing next week at The Etihad.