David Ospina claims he’s aiming to give his all for Arsenal against PSG on Wednesday.

The Colombian has become our Champions League goalkeeper this season, with Petr Cech taking the Premier League games, and a lot of this is down to Dave’s solid performance against PSG in our opening European game of the season.

The goalkeeper pulled off some brilliant saves to keep the score at 1-1 and since then has started every game of the competition.

Although Ospina admits that every game is different, he does plan on giving his all during this match in order for Arsenal to finish above PSG at the top of the group.

“Yes, of course [I am proud of that display],” Ospina said.
“Every match is different, though. We know we are facing a quality side on Wednesday, with very well-known players, so we have to do our job. We want to finish top of the group.
 
“We prepare ourselves to be fit and ready for every match in every competition, and when the coach picks you we want to show what we can do. I really want to give my all for Arsenal.”
Arsenal's Colombian goalkeeper David Ospina attends a training session ahead of the UEFA Champions League group stage football match against Paris Saint Germain at Arsenal's training ground, London Colney on November 22, 2016. (GLYN KIRK/AFP/Getty Images)
Arsenal’s Colombian goalkeeper David Ospina attends a training session ahead of the UEFA Champions League group stage football match against Paris Saint Germain at Arsenal’s training ground, London Colney on November 22, 2016. (GLYN KIRK/AFP/Getty Images)

Ospina has made 39 appearances since joining in 2014, which is actually pretty good going if you think about how often he appears to not play. However, with Wojciech Szczesny due to return to north London after his loan spell at Roma, it’s difficult to see where the 28-year-old will be this time next year.