Lukasz Fabianski has told West Ham’s official website that he is still looking to improve. The veteran goalkeeper joined the Hammers from Swansea City last summer and has been crucial.

But the Poland international is not content with his current form and now wants to get even better.

Lukasz Fabianski on his aims

Lukasz Fabianski has been consistent for West Ham. (Photo by Paul Harding/Getty Images)

Speaking after the Everton game and reflecting on the season, Fabianski admitted that he continues to strive for improvement. The 33-year-old is on course for the Hammer of the Year accolade but still wants to get better.

Fabianski told whufc.com: “What are my aims? Listen, I think there is a feeling you get when you go out every day on the pitch that you want to work and improve, and I will play for as long as I have this feeling.

“It’s not about having big, massive targets. I just have this feeling that I have still have room to improve and become a better ‘keeper and my age doesn’t matter.

“I will push myself for as long as I can and for as long as I have this feeling. That’s more or less how I feel and if success comes with that, then so be it.”

Here are several tweets from West Ham fans discussing Fabianski’s latest comments.