Amid rumours that the Pole is about to join the Hammers in a deal worth £7m, the stopper dropped a strong hint that his time with the Swans has come to an end.
"If I leave, I will regret that it happened at the moment when we fell from the league. I spent beautiful moments there. I remember that the club helped me in a bad time when I had health problems and I wasn't really playing at Arsenal," Sky Sports News quotes Fabianski as saying.
"I was trusted and I met many great people in the city, I have a beautiful home there, in which I raised my son. The memories will last a lifetime."
Fabianski has been tipped to sign a three-year deal with West Ham.