Arsenal are considering a move to bring Swansea City goalkeeper Michel Vorm to the Emirates at the end of the season, according to the Mirror. The 29-year-old was impressive in helping the Swans to win the Capital One Cup last month and has excelled under their manager Michael Laudrup.

Arsene Wenger

The report suggests the Gunners manager Arsene Wenger is looking to replace Arsenal's No 1 Wojciech Szczesny at the end of the season and has now set his eyes on the Dutch international. Arsenal scouts have been monitoring the Swansea stopper and he has impressed them since completing his move from Dutch club Utrecht in 2011.

Vorm still has three years left on his deal with Swansea, and the Gunners are likely to trigger the stopper's release clause this summer. The Dutch keeper taunted Arsenal by claiming the Gunners will be "afraid" of his side before Arsenal's trip to the Liberty Stadium .

However, things did not go according to Vorm's plan as the keeper failed to stop Arsenal from scoring when his side met them at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday 16 March. The Gunners won the game 2-0, with goals from Nacho Monreal and Gervinho.

Should Vorm make a move to the Emirates at the end of the season, he could help Wenger resolve Arsenal's defensive crisis.

Walcott: We Are Communicating Much Better

Theo Walcott

Meanwhile, Theo Walcott admitted Arsenal have started communicating in a much better way as a team. The England international believes the Gunners have proved critics who accused the club of lacking leaders wrong, with their victory over Bayern Munich in the Allianz Arena.

"We had a lot of leaders out there telling people what to do, there was a bit more communication than there has been previously. We care, we wanted to prove to everyone that we want to win and the desire and commitment was there. We have definitely been too quiet in the past, we have been afraid to tell each other what to do at times but we did that [against Bayern]. It is not about having a go at each other, it is speaking out when it is needed," Walcott told the club website.