West Ham’s attacking midfielder Manuel Lanzini is delighted with his and the team’s performances after three wins in a week.
The capital club saved the best until last against Everton at Goodison Park where they came back from 2-0 to win 3-2 in the finals seconds thanks to Dimitri Payet’s late strike.
Lanzini was instrumental in fightback and his own form has got steadily better since he returned form injury.
The Argentine told the club’s website: “We knew before coming here that it was going to be a difficult game, facing a tough side with some great players who are playing well.
“I am not sure if we really deserved to be 2-0 down, but I am delighted that we were able to turn it around and to take home the three points.
“The turning point was the penalty, because if we had fallen three behind, it would have been almost impossible to get back into the game. We knew we needed one chance to be able to at least draw the game, and luckily for us, Adrian saved the penalty which offered us that chance.”