West Ham have secured the signing of Swansea’s Lukasz Fabianski, with the goalkeeper putting pen-to-paper on a three-year-deal at the London Stadium.

The Hammers have reportedly paid a fee in the region of £7m for the Polish international’s services and the 33-year-old arrives after an impressive couple of seasons for Swansea in the Premier League.

Fabianski was an ever present for the Swans, starting all 38 games last season, but couldn’t prevent the South Wales club from being relegated from the top-flight.

The Polish international arrived at the Liberty Stadium from Arsenal in May 2014 and made 150 appearances in all competitions for the Swans during his time with the club.

But with one-year left on his contract, Fabianski reportedly requested a move away from South Wales after Swansea’s relegation from the top-flight was confirmed and the Hammers have swooped to sign the 33-year-old, who has also been linked with Watford as well as Crystal Palace.

The Irons have been keen to snap up another goalkeeper after both Joe Hart and Adrian struggled for form last season, and Fabianski will link up with Pellegrini’s men after the World Cup in Russia, where he is currently part of Poland’s squad.

Fabianski told West Ham’s website: “West Ham is a massive club so I’m really happy to be joining at such an exciting time here. I will do my best on and off the pitch to help the team to achieve the best results possible and can’t wait to start this new chapter of my career.”

Hammers director of football Mario Husillos added: “Lukasz is an experienced and established Premier League goalkeeper, with great quality that he has shown at both domestic and international level.

“He fits perfectly the mould of the modern goalkeeper, with excellent agility, presence and distribution, and will bring strong competition to the position.

“Of course, at this moment, Lukasz is fully focused on the World Cup finals with Poland. We wish him all the very best out in Russia and look forward to welcoming him upon his return to England later this summer.”