The West Ham United goalkeeper was in excellent form this season.

West Ham ace Robert Snodgrass spoke exclusively to the club’s official website, and raved about his teammate Lukasz Fabianski, suggesting that the goalkeeper has proven to be one of the club’s best signings for many years.

The 34-year-old joined the Hammers from Swansea City last summer, for a fee believed to be worth £7 million according to BBC Sport, and he has gone on to be a real hit at the London Stadium.

Fabianski kept seven clean sheets in 38 Premier League games for West Ham this season, and without him, there is no way that they would have finished inside the top 10.

The Poland international was named Hammer of the Year this season, joining an illustrious list of names, and Snodgrass told the club’s official website how the 6ft 3in stopper is fully deserving of the award:

“Mine was Lukasz Fabianski. I think he was probably one of the best signings the club has made for years.”

Fabianski will be hoping for another successful camping next season for West Ham from a personal perspective, and if he does produce his best, most consistent form once again, Manuel Pellegrini’s side will have every chance of challenging for the top seven.

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