As shared by the club, Lukasz Fabianski has clinched the LFA Goalkeeper of the Year award as many West Ham United supporters share their delight at the news.
Fabianski has been a mainstay under manager David Moyes this season and has put in some impressive performances, with the Irons even rewarding him with a new contract earlier this campaign.
The Poland international, who signed from Swansea City back in 2018, has gone on to make 96 appearances for West Ham in all competitions and has made the joint-second most starts out of the entire team this season (WhoScored).
The London Football Awards saw fit to acknowledge his performances over 2020/2021 with the goalkeeper of the year honour as Hammers supporters flocked to herald this news.
As well as Fabianski, manager David Moyes also got honoured with his own award in coach of the year.
Find all of their best verdicts on this announcement down below.
West Ham fans ecstatic over Fabianski announcement
“Get in FABBBBB”
“what a guyyyy”
“Quite surprised with this one but I ain’t complaining”
“Get in there lad!!!”
“Congratulations Lukasz well deserved”
“Well done Fab. You were awesome against Chelsea. Congratulations on this award.”
In other news: West Ham fans react as club confirm ‘great news’, find out more here.
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