Matt Jarvis believes it is West Ham United's team-work that is helping them get the results to push them up the table.
With Liverpool visiting the Boleyn Ground on Sunday, Jarvis said it will be all hands to the pump once again as they look to take the confidence of last weekend's 3-1 victory against Chelsea into the clash with the Merseyside outfit.
"Last weekend [against Chelsea] was a great result for us. With our performance in the second half I thought we got our just rewards. We all work together to get the results and we are also together as a team if we don't - we bounce back and go forward again.
"I thought everyone was terrific. Carlton [Cole] got his first goal of the season and I think he showed what he can do, something I think he has shown throughout his career here at West Ham. He got his goal and created another, so he was fantastic," Jarivs said.
"The matches are coming thick and fast, we have faced Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United and Chelsea in the last week and now Liverpool, but that is what it is all about. We have been working hard again this week to prepare for Liverpool and hopefully we can put in another good performance like we did last weekend."
The game will have sold out by the 4pm kick-off time and Jarvis knows that one thing is for certain - the home support will once again be roaring the side on from the very first whistle. The Reds will be without the suspended Luis Suarez, but the Hammers' record-signing knows the visitors still have enough good players in their side to keep the West Ham defenders on their toes.
"I think it would be dangerous to think otherwise - we all know what a good player Suarez is and how he can turn games, but Liverpool have a lot of good players. But we are at home, with our fans backing us in their thousands and we will be looking to take the confidence we have gained from our last few games into this one."
The Hammers No7 says he is happy with his own form, but the aim is to always to keep on improving. He says he has ambitions to break back into the England national side, but is focusing on making sure he is performing for his club in the first instance.
"I am getting fully fit the more I play. I'm looking to keep pushing on and making sure I am putting in the right performances for the team. I am concentrating on playing my part, whether that is putting the crosses in, assisting where I can and trying to get a few goals myself.
"Of course I want to play for my country again, but I have to make sure I am playing well week in week out for West Ham and then see what happens with that.
"We are really pleased about how the season is going for us, but, first and foremost, we have to make sure we get safe and once you do that, then you can look forward again to the next step and where you want to be at the end of the season."