Lukasz hails Swans' Fab win at Saints
3rd February 2015
Lukasz Fabianski hailed a "great" win at Southampton as the Polish keeper kept his ninth clean sheet of the campaign.
The Swans recorded a first ever win over the Saints in the Barclays Premier League, while it was also a first victory at the home of the South Coast club in 62 years.
Jonjo Shelvey's sublime finish from 20 yards in the latter stages ensured the three points headed back to South West Wales.
It was a first cleansheet and league win since Boxing Day, with Fabianski moving closer to breaking the club's best Premier League return of 14 shutouts - set during the 2011-12 campaign.
And the 29-year-old, who made a crucial save early on to deny James Ward-Prowse, was delighted with the win.
"That was a great win for us, especially after a tough few weeks," said Fabianski.
"Everyone worked really hard and we are all very pleased with the three points, that's for sure.
"I think the first half we struggled a bit with keeping the ball. We knew that when we got through this difficult period we would get a bit more space and that's what happened in the second half.
"Jonjo firstly hit the post and the second shot he had was a brilliant strike. We are happy for him because in training we almost see it every day, what he can do. We are all very pleased that he did it in a game."