'We're close to turning things around'
Lukasz Fabianski reckons Swansea City are close to turning their fortunes around ahead of this weekend’s showdown with Brighton & Hove Albion at the Liberty.
Fabianski has been one of the Swans’ standout performers so far this season, with a string of impressive performances between the sticks.
The Pole has been an ever-present in the opening 10 league matches, and no goalkeeper has made more saves than him during this Premier League campaign.
However, it is no surprise to learn that his main priority is the performance of the team rather than himself, and he believes that an upturn in fortunes is just around the corner.
“The main target for all of us is the position of the team, the way we are playing and the results we are getting,” he tells this weekend’s Jack Magazine.
“I am just trying to help the team achieve their targets by being consistent.
“It has been a tricky start for us so far but, hopefully, we’ll turn things around.
“I don’t think there’s too much lacking to get us where we want to be.”
*You can read the full interview with Lukasz Fabianski in this weekend’s Jack Magazine.
The Swans keeper talks about qualifying for the World Cup with Poland, playing alongside Robert Lewandowski and why he regards moving to Wales as the best decision of his footballing life.
Also in this edition of Jack Magazine, we profile former Swan Leighton Phillips and track down Liberty old boy Stephen Dobbie.
We hear from boss Paul Clement, skipper Leon Britton and chairman Huw Jenkins.
Plus, we speak to a former player of both clubs, Marcos Painter, and look back to a classic season from the past.
And there is plenty more in this weekend’s Jack Magazine, including news from the development squad, the academy and the ladies’ team, as well as all you need to know about Chris Hughton’s Brighton.
Issue six of the new Premier League campaign is available for just £3 from around the Liberty, the club shop and online.
Jack Magazine really is a must-have for any Swans fan, so don’t miss out.