The Poland international is ready to work hard in order to challenge for the No.1 position.
“It’s a great feeling to sign a new contract with Arsenal and I’m so pleased,” he told Arsenal’s official website.
“The negotiations happened very quickly and it was easy. I’m now looking forward to continuing the hard work on the training pitch and doing my best whenever I have the opportunity to play in the Arsenal first team.
“I would just like to thank everyone that has helped me get this far, especially Liam Brady, Roy Massey and all his staff at the Hale End Academy.
“Also Neil Banfield, Steve Bould, all the backroom staff, Arsene Wenger, everyone at Brentford that helped me kick on last season and all my team-mates here at Arsenal and, of course, my family.”
“We are delighted to secure the long-term future of Wojciech, who we regard as a very important part of our club’s future,” Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger said.
“We have all seen his huge potential, both in training and in the matches that he has played for us, so we look forward to seeing him develop further in the coming years.”