Arsenal manager, Mikel Arteta has hinted he could field both of his goalkeepers in the same match in future.
Arteta dropped regular starter, Aaron Ramsdale for David Raya against Everton on Sunday.
Raya kept a clean sheet at Goodison as the Gunners won 1-0, thanks to a late goal from Leandro Trossard.
After the game, Arteta suggested he could soon be substituting his keepers during matches.
“I am a really young manager and I have only been in the job for three and a half years and I have few regrets in what we have done.
“One of them is that on two occasions I felt after 60 minutes and 85 minutes in two games in this period to change the keeper in that moment and I didn’t do it. I didn’t have the courage to do it. And we drew those games and I was so unhappy and someone is going to do it (soon) and maybe it [the reaction] will be, ‘oh! That is strange. Why?’
“Why not? Tell me why not. You have all the qualities in another goalkeeper and you want to do something to change the momentum, do it. It is a regret that I have and my feeling is to get everyone engaged in the team. They have to play regardless of the competition. Do it. That is my message,” Arteta said.