Swansea City goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski has weighed in on reports that he is on the verge of signing for West Ham United.
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.