Polish international Fabianski signed for Swansea City in 2014 on a free transfer from Arsenal having lifted the FA Cup in his final Gunners appearance.
Fabianski took his first steps in senior football at Legia Warsaw, winning the Polish league title before joining Arsenal in a £2 million deal in 2007.
Fabianski ended a seven-year spell with the North London club when he became then manager Garry Monk’s first Swans signing in 2014, penning a four-year deal.
Fabianski came to Wales in search of regular football having spent the majority of his time at Arsenal as an understudy.
On top of domestic duties, Fabianski managed 14 appearances in the Champions League under Arsene Wenger.
In his debut Swans season, Fabianski impressed the fans at the Liberty as he featured in 37 Premier League games for the club, missing just one game due to suspension.
He kept 13 clean sheets in the 2014-15 league campaign and was named players’ player of the year, best newcomer and away player of the year.
Fabianski signed a new contract before the opening game of the 2015-16 campaign, committing to the Swans until June 2019.
In June 2016, he helped Poland reach the quarter-finals of the European Championship in France, keeping two clean sheets in four appearances.
He racked up another 37 Premier League appearances in 2015-16, then repeated the feat in 2016-17 as he enjoyed another positive season.