West Ham ace Lukasz Fabianski spoke exclusively to the club’s official website today, and outlined how his rehabilitation from injury is going very well, and some Hammers fans took to Twitter in reaction to his comments.

The 34-year-old joined West Ham from Swansea City for £7 million in the summer of 2018.

And the Pole has been a massive success at the London Stadium.

Unfortunately for him and his club, however, he suffered a serious hip injury at the end of September against Bournemouth, and he is still not expected to return for at least 5-6 weeks.

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Lukasz Fabianski (Photo by Steve Bardens/Getty Images)

The Hammers have really missed their reliable goalkeeper. Roberto has deputised for Fabianski, and he has been a total disaster.

West Ham haven’t won a single match since the former Arsenal man has been injured. And they have plummeted down to 16th spot in the Premier League table.

Hammers fans are desperate for their reliable stopper to return to action. Although he damage appears to have already been done.

Nevertheless, Fabianski spoke to WHUFC.com and commented on his ongoing recovery from injury:

“I’m all good. I’m feeling like the rehab is going in the right direction, in the right way. I think I’m getting better and I’m doing more things, so hopefully it will continue like that and it will be successful. I started to move around a little bit more. When you do surgery on that kind of muscle, you have to be very careful.”

And some West Ham fans took to Twitter in reaction to his comments…

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