West Ham goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski has undergone successful surgery on his muscle.
After suffering the accident in West Hams 2-2 Premier League draw with Bournemouth a fortnight 27, the Poland global faces three months on the sidelines.
Since linking from Swansea for # 7m fabianski has established herself as the No 1 goalkeeper in West Ham.
Hammers chairman David Gold revealed the procedure to resolve the reigning player of this years muscle of the club had been a victory.
Gold said on Twitter:Just to update you all, the operation on Lukasz Fabianskis trendy went as planned that morning in London.
He will hopefully be discharged later today. Speedy recovery Lukasz.
West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini is confident Roberto Jimenez will likely be a competent substitute in Fabianskis absence, also said he wont be looking to bring a goalkeeper while the Pole recovers.
Roberto is a goalkeeper which has had a fantastic career, not just in Spain – he also played in Portugal, Greece, and for different teams in Spain. We brought him here because we understand him we trust him, said Pellegrini.
We also earned David Martin, yet another goalkeeper with expertise in the league so, for now, we are likely to stay exactly the same.