Arsenal, who remain top of the Barclays Premier League after Chelsea stunned Manchester City on Monday night, welcome Liverpool, Manchester United and Bayern Munich to the Emirates over the next month.
They also travel to Anfield in the league on Saturday but goalkeeper Szczesny insists the games hold no fears for the Gunners.
Bring on the big guns! Wojciech Szczesny (left) is relishing Arsenal’s nightmare run of fixtures
‘We’re looking at it as a chance to create an even bigger gap between us,’ he said. ‘We’re looking forward to it and I hope we can show people what we’re made of.
‘We’ve got hard games but every single game in the Premier League is difficult at the moment, there are no weaker teams. We’ve got a difficult run, but we’re looking forward to it.
‘It’s good to be around the top but right now what we care about is being top at the end of May. It really doesn’t matter to us now.
‘I’m looking forward to the big games, every player looks forward to games against big opponents and world-class players.’
Written by Steve Milne