West Ham United are due to face Arsenal for their 23rd Premier League fixture on Saturday evening and the Hammers keeper, Lukasz Fabianski is confident that his team can keep up with the top four contenders.
A Manuel Pellegrini-led United side has climbed up to the 10th spot of the English top-flight after recording 4 straight losses at the very beginning of the 2018/19 campaign. The Irons did get overthrown 3-1 by Arsenal the last time these two sides met at the Emirates.
Speaking ahead of the weekend fixture, Fabianski was quoted – “When I look at our team, it’s full of quality and I think that, when someone is missing because of injury or any other issues, it doesn’t really affect us because we still know that whoever is going to replace him has so much quality about him that we’re not really losing anything. When you look at our squad, there is loads of quality and that gives us the belief that we’re going to compete, even if there are important players missing.”
The Polish international further added, “We are in a strong position to finish around the seventh place. We’re in a group of teams divided by only two or three points, which is only one result going differently, so we’re in our own little league. We want to try to finish as high as possible, so we’re all going to aim for that. We want to get as much as we can from the rest of the season.”
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