Lukasz Fabianski committed to Swansea City, says Garry Monk

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Swansea City manager Garry Monk says star goalkeepr Lukasz Fabianski is fully committed to the club.

Lukasz Fabianski is vying with Fraser Forster, Joe Hart and Simon Mignolet for the Premier League's Golden Glove in the final round of fixtures this weekend after a total of 13 clean sheets.

Despite talk over a purported £4million release clause, according to WalesOnline, Swansea City manager Garry Monk believes Fabianski is committed to the club.

The Polish goalkeeper is in discussions with the Welsh club after a standout campaign in which he could claim the Premier League's top shot-stopping award.

The 30-year-old has had a consistent season between the posts after arriving on a free from Arsenal where he played second fiddle to Wojciech Szczesny, who now sees himself in a similar situation due to David Ospina's recent run of form at the Emirates Stadium.

However, Fabianski's fine run of form has, according to the Daily Mail, alerted Serie A side Roma, but the goalkeeper has since played down any speculation.

Today Monk looked to quash any talk of his star goalkeeper leaving, saying Fabianski, and other arrivals from last summer, have enjoyed their first season at the Liberty Stadium and are looking forward to continuing their careers with the Swans.

"He's a Swansea City player, very committed to this club," Garry Monk told journalists at his pre-weekend press conference.

"He fought for this chance and deserved it.

"The players see the club going forward and sense it every day. Ask any of them how much enjoyed it; there's no reason to move and conversations I have had with them personally tell me they are looking forward to it."

Asked about the possibility of big clubs attempting to lure the likes of Fabianski away from Swansea, Monk added: "It's the way of the world in any business, but will take an astronomical fee to take any player.

"We said it with Wilfried (Bony) and were true to our word. We don't want to lose any players, none of them are for sale in terms of the quality players. There will be some going but we are looking at adding to the quality we've got."

The Swansea City boss also revealed that talks with Fabianski's representatives were underway.

"His agents are discussing it with the club, I'm not sure what level that is at," he continued.

"It's a bit of paper talk, Lukasz is fine, focused on the game on Sunday against Crystal Palace and looking to come back stronger next season.

"There's an element that these players are lucky to be here, the platform they have in a team and they done remarkably well, it's two-way thing, it's important they show loyalty but all of them are committed here and looking forward to next season."

"There's an element that these players are lucky to be here, the platform they have in a team and they done remarkably well, it's two-way thing, it's important they show loyalty but all of them are committed here and looking forward to next season."

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