There are still 5 months of the Premier League season left and although West Ham United have a number of players who will be out of contract, one can only assume that sitting top of their list of priorities will be the future of Lukasz Fabianski.

The goalless draw against Southampton was Fabianski’s 5th tidy sheet this project. He is a hugely essential member of David Moyes’ side and it was only last season when his absence visibly thwarted West Ham’s season, the Poland international sustaining a three-month spell on the sidelines when he sustained a thigh injury versus Bournemouth.

Those near the goalkeeper state he is really pleased at the club and has a healthy relationship with Moyes and the owners, however his agreement is set to expire at the end of the season, which implies he will be free to talk with other clubs during the January transfer window.

The 35-year-old is seventh for the variety of saves made (50) in the Premier League this …