The stopper has an opportunity to boost Spurs' title bid with his current club on Sunday.
Former Arsenal goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski has confirmed that he will have no problem helping Tottenham's Premier League title bid by trying to keep Leicester City at bay when Swansea City travel to the King Power Stadium on Sunday, the London Evening Standard reports.
The 31-year-old spent seven years at the Emirates. And while he was never able to hold down the number one spot for the Gunners, he will certainly have an understanding of the rivalry that exists between the North London pair.
Nevertheless, he insisted that he will have no problem trying to prevent the Foxes winning on Sunday, even if that means that Mauricio Pochettino's men will be able to close the gap at the top of the table.
"It's all right, I can't say it's tricky," he told the London Evening Standard when asked about the situation.
"I don't think they [former Arsenal team-mates] would stop talking to me if we help Spurs. But if there is a favour it will be done as a team and as a club.
"We just have to go out there and do our best to get a result."
The Poland international's chances of shining in the game have been boosted by the suspension handed to Leicester star Jamie Vardy.
However, he will still have to keep the likes of Riyad Mahrez, Leonardo Ulloa and Shinji Okazaki quiet if he hopes to do something that only Manchester City and Bournemouth have done in the league this season, and that's keep a clean sheet against Claudio Ranieri's men at the King Power.
But with the Swans' safety in the top flight not quite assured, Fabianski will have no problem finding motivation for the game, even if it ultimately helps Spurs in their bid to win the title.