Fabianski 'honoured and proud' as goalkeeper agrees new West Ham deal
Lukasz Fabianski says he feels "honoured and proud" to continue representing West Ham after signing a one-year contract extension with the Premier League side.
The Poland international has been a regular during his four seasons at the London Stadium, making 139 appearances in all competitions.
His previous contract expired on July 1, but West Ham confirmed on Wednesday that a new deal – which contains an option for a further 12 months – has been agreed.
"I'm obviously pleased and very happy that I can stay for one more year," said Fabianski, who has also played for Swansea City and Arsenal in the Premier League.
"The way the club has developed and started to reach its potential, it's been really nice to be part of it.
"I can see how much attention this club draws when it comes to interacting with the fans or the way it's being presented in the media.
"I think there's a lot of interest into the club, so it feels like this is one of the bigger ones in the country, so I'm just honoured and proud to be part of this club for a few years now."
Fabianski will again face competition from Alphonse Areola for a starting spot next season, with the latter turning his loan move from Paris Saint-Germain into a permanent deal last month.