Swansea City goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski refused to talk about his Arsenal past when pressed to do so by the South Wales Evening Post.
Fabianksi has done well and progressed positively since he left the Gunners, but has revealed he has no intention to look back on a previous period in his career.
“I don't want to talk about Arsenal. It's the past, it's gone,” he said.
“I'm enjoying my time here and happy I'm able to play regularly every week.”
“That's the most important thing for me so I don't really follow what's happening there.”
The comments are extremely encouraging from Swansea manager Garry Monk’s point of view because they show complete loyalty and commitment towards the Welsh club.
The Pole couldn’t be blamed for occasionally thinking about things at Arsenal, because he left with question marks over his ability.
He may have felt as though he had a point to prove, but his only focus is succeeding with the Swans and consolidating in the top eight before the end of the season.
His example is a great one for any new player coming in at Swansea or any recent arrival at the Liberty Stadium.
The Swans still have a great chance of securing European football by the end of the season and need to go all out to achieve that goal.
If anything, there is everything to look forward and several exciting aims for the club to aspire towards for the rest of this season and beyond.