Lukasz Fabianski believes that after a difficult start to the new season, West Ham are back on track.
Speaking to Sky Sports, the Polish goalkeeper discussed how he believes that the 2018/19 campaign has been one of transition for West Ham after a hectic summer transfer window.
Manuel Pellegrini arrived as the club’s new first-team manager and a raft of fresh faces followed, including Fabianski following Swansea City’s relegation to the Championship.
West Ham endured a torrid start to the new campaign and lost all four of their opening fixtures. However, their form has improved in recent weeks and the Hammers now sit in 13th place on the Premier League table.
Following the team’s recent 4-2 home win against Burnley, Fabianski reflected on his first few months in West Ham colours. The experienced goalkeeper said:
It has been a tricky season, a little bit of a transition season for us. But, in recent games, I think performances have been better compared to the start of the season.
You can see that there is a bit more consistency when it comes to our performances. We are getting more points and hopefully, that can continue.
West Ham will be keen to continue picking up points in the Premier League this weekend as they face Huddersfield Town away from home.