Mohamed Diame pens this week's Chadwell Chatter blog, as the Hammers prepare for Saturday's Barclays Premier League visit of Everton.
I am looking forward to coming up against my old boss Roberto Martinez on Saturday. I will always have a lot of respect for him because he brought me to the Premier League.
He has good ideas in football and I'm sure he will do a good job at Everton. I know a few of their players too, because I played with some of them at Wigan - if a manager has done well with players it's normal that he will bring them with him.
We are looking forward to fighting for the three points. I think we need it after the draw at Southampton, so it's important to take the three points in the first game we play after at the Boleyn Ground.
It will be a good game, Everton did well against Chelsea, they are a good side but we are at home so we need the victory.
You can see we are strong defensively at the moment, Sunday's clean sheet was our third in four games, and we need to keep going like that.
At the other end we need to try to score goals, it's obvious to say but we need to score goals to win the game.
I think with the fans at home, we will create a lot more opportunities to score goals and we have to take them.
I played in a slightly different position last Sunday, but it was okay to play on the right hand side at Southampton. I just want to help the team, I've played there in the past for Wigan as well so it wasn't new to me.
Roberto Martinez used me there, so it was not different for me, I just need to be on the pitch and play my game in whatever position.
I have also been involved with Senegal recently, and we have made it through to the final stage of qualifying for the World Cup.
It could be my only chance to go to the World Cup, so I will give my all to try to go to Brazil, as a player that would be one of the highlights of my career.
Come on you Irons!