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Lukasz Fabianski – the odd error forgiven – has enjoyed another fabulous season having proved himself one of the top goalkeepers in the land since arriving at the London Stadium.
Nobody in the squad deserves a European campaign in what COULD be his last season at the club.
And with the Hammers welcoming Everton this afternoon the Polish international knows precisely what will be required of the lads.
Three points would put further distance between us and the Toffees and bring us a small step closer to qualification.
Fab knows that little short of the performance the team put in against Burnley will do where Michail Antonio’s double gave them a 2-1 success over the Clarets.
And commenting at www.whufc.com the keeper said: “I think it will be another tough game for us. Everton is an opponent who are close to us in the table, they are challenging as well for the European spots so they will be going for it.
“We just have to make sure we prepare ourselves in the best way possible, deliver another good performance and see what will happen at the end of the game.
“I think what was important at Burnley was that we ended the run of two losses that we had in the recent games. We wanted to put ourselves back in a good position again and respond in a good way.
“I think we did that, first with getting the three points and secondly we put in a really good performance as a team.”
The Hammers were hugely offensive in the approach at Turf Moor as they showed the amazing spirit of adventure instilled by the manager.
And Fab explained what the manager has told the boys to do adding: “What the manager told us is to go all out and push as hard as we can. It’s going to be hard, but we are in a very interesting position, a good position and who knows what can happen? We’ll focus on ourselves and do the best we can.
“I’ve enjoyed wearing the shirt since the very first day. Being in this position now and challenging for something else is special. The only thing we’re missing is the fans being able to experience that, but hopefully with this season we can give them something back in the next one – who knows what kind of games they can experience in the next season?
“I’m really enjoying the moment, it’s really challenging as well, but we are all up for it and we want to finish the season in a strong way.”