West Ham United goalkeeper Łukasz Fabianski has told the Polish media he’s happy the Hammers put in faith in him when they signed him in the last summer transfer window.
The Poland international joined West Ham after Swansea City were relegated to the Championship.
In an interview with Przeglad Sportowy, the Poland international spoke about his move to the East London club: “I’m glad West Ham trusted me and I am part of this project. You can feel that we are creating something big here. From the first day of work Pellegrini tries to change our mentality. Before each workout, we gather in a circle.
“The coach speaks and repeats to everyone as a mantra that we can afford to be more than a team fighting only for existence in the Premier League. The real goal for today is to fight for seventh place, which guarantees a place in the European competitions.”
Fabianski has been one of West Ham’s standout players this season and he impressed at the weekend during his side’s 1-1 draw with Crystal Palace.
Following their problems with Joe Hart and Adrian last season, the former Arsenal man has made the No.1 spot his own since arriving at the club.
West Ham still have a realistic chance of grabbing a Europa League place this season and lie just five points off seventh position going into the latter stages of the campaign.