Lukasz Fabianski has admitted that he believes his performances for West Ham United have been good, however, the fact that the team has lost all four Premier League matches so far lingers in the back of his mind.
The Poland international has produced impressive stops and poses as a worthy successor to last season’s loanee Joe Hart but has already conceded 10 league goals since his £7.2m move from relegated Swansea City in the summer.
Speaking to Polish outlet Onet Sport during the international break, Fabianski revealed he is content at the Hammers despite the utterly dismal start to the campaign.
The team’s result is the most important, but I feel good at West Ham. My first performances were at the right level, but the downside is that the squad remains without a win.
Things aren’t about to get easier for Manuel Pellegrini’s men with Chelsea, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur all set to visit the London Stadium in the next five top-flight fixtures.
Fabianski hasn’t been to blame for the majority of the goals he’s shipped in the league so far and the 33-year-old will return from international duty looking to build on the individually-promising start he’s made to life in the capital.