Lukasz Fabianski hailed West Ham’s 4-0 victory over Norwich City as “important” on Sunday.

The Polish shot-stopper had a fairly busy afternoon at Carrow Road, having to face eight shots on his goal (only two on target), as well as having nine corners to defend.

But Fabianski was able to record his eighth Premier League clean sheet of the season and the 34th of his entire West Ham career.

The 37-year-old then took to Instagram shortly after the game to hail the importance of the three points as the Hammers go into the final two games of the season needed just a single point to all but secure European qualification for a second consecutive season.

He posted: “Important 3 points. Two games left to play.”

You can see Fabianski’s Instagram post below…

Since signing from Swansea City in June 2018, the shot-stopper has made 137 first-team appearances for West Ham, registering 34 clean sheets in the process.