West Ham goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski is closing in on the final six months of his contract at the London Stadium but he has yet to sign an extension with the club.
The 35-year-old has been in very good form in recent weeks, keeping four clean sheets and conceding 15 goals in 13 Premier League appearances, with a save percentage of 72.9%.
Fabianski has been a fine servant since moving to the Hammers from Swansea City two and a half years ago, and fans on Twitter have been calling on the club to hand the keeper a new deal:
There can’t be an easier decision
— ⚒ (@RiceSZN_) December 13, 2020
Easy, sign him up!
— Fornal’s Moustache (@fornal_s) December 13, 2020
Deserves another deal. He’s been looking back to his best recently
— Robby (@Rob_S_Wilcock) December 13, 2020
If say give him another year extension but we need to be looking to buy a younger gk this summer who can take us foward
— Andrew ??⚒ ??? (@coyiandrew) December 13, 2020
Sign, seal and he’ll deliver!! ⚒⚒
— Nort (@Northammers) December 13, 2020
Renew his contract
— malcolm brown ??????? (@malcolmrbrown53) December 13, 2020
2 year deal. First team next season, help new keeper into the team the year after.
— Tony Smith ??????? ⚒ (@tonysmi86747439) December 13, 2020
Best goalkeeper I’ve seen for West ham ⚒
— Liam Ó Raghallaigh (@LrLiam) December 13, 2020
Been an absolute rock for us and deserve a new contract but stay or go we need another keeper.
— Bob Collison (@collison_bob) December 13, 2020
No brainer – another year ⚒⚒
— Cds (@cdsat43) December 13, 2020
There are reports that suggest that the Poland international has been offered a new two-year contract, with the player said to be keen to extend his time at the Irons, so we shall see if he signs on the dotted line.
Although manager David Moyes has certainly helped improve West Ham’s defence since he returned to the club a year ago, Fabianski has still made some telling contributions keeping their opponents out.