The Polish shot-stopper left the north London club in search of regular first-team football after failing to cement the No1 spot at Emirates Stadium.
I’m happy with the way I finished my career at Arsenal
But 29-year-old, who helped Arsenal win the FA Cup last season, insists that he made the right choice in moving to the Liberty Stadium.
”I don’t have to prove anything to Arsenal or the manager,” said Fabianski ahead of Arsenal’s trip to Swansea on Sunday.
“It was my decision to leave the club and I finished in a good way so we’ve all got massive respect towards each other.
“When I was coming to the end of my contract there were more intense conversations more often between me and the manager.
“But I had decided to leave and he really respected my decision.
“It was ups and downs for me at Arsenal, I played my part in some of the important games but had difficult times as well.
“It was a big step for me coming from Poland to jump into a massive club like Arsenal and it took a while to get used to the league.
“I didn’t play as much as I wanted and got injured as well, but overall it was a massive experience and I’m happy with the way I finished my career at Arsenal.”
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