ARSENAL and England goalkeeper David Seaman shrugs off talk about being haunted in the future by a 'lob mentality'. The 31-year-old Seaman has already cleansed himself of guilt for the spectacular 40-metre lob over his head by Real Zaragoza's Nayim in Paris last week which robbed Arsenal of a chance to win the European Cup Winners' Cup for the second year in a row. Arsenal lost that match 2-1, Nayim hitting his freak goal with the last kick of the game after a 120-minute tussle. But Seaman, who arrived in Beijing yesterday for Arsenal's three-match Asian tour, said he would not let that goal haunt him. Seaman said: 'It was very disappointing to lose the match. But it is not going to help if I let it affect me. 'I talked about it to my coach Bob Wilson after the match. It is really how you react to things like that which shows how good a goalkeeper you are. 'It's been nearly a week since the match and it has been enough time for me to look back at it.' Seaman said it was the first time he had been on the losing side in a major cup final. He helped Arsenal to the English FA Cup and League Cup in 1993, both times against Sheffield Wednesday and was also a member of last year's European Cup Winners' Cup team which beat Italy's Parma in the final. Arsenal have brought a full-strength squad on their Asian tour, which sees them facing Beijing side Gouan today followed by a match in Tianjin on Thursday. They complete their tour on Saturday in the Euro-Asian Challenge against Hong Kong First Division team Rangers at the Hong Kong Stadium. Seaman is looking forward to the matches, although he does not think it will be a working holiday. 'I suspect it would be a very hard working holiday,' he said.