Matt Jarvis would be happy to play at White Hart Lane every week after helping the Hammers secure their second away win of the season at Tottenham Hotspur on Wednesday night.
The winger crashed home with ten minutes remaining to cancel out Emmanuel Adebayor's opener and set up the Hammers' turnaround.
Modibo Maiga won it for the visitors on 85 minutes and Jarvis was thrilled to secure a place in the last four of the Capital One Cup.
Sam Allardyce utilised his squad, and the incoming players had a real impact - another fact that pleased the No7.
Read the match report from Wednesday night's victory here
"It was a fantastic result for us and just what we needed," Jarvis said. "This is a tough place to come to, so we're delighted with the win.
"This shows what a great squad we've got, we're really working hard for each other and it paid off tonight."
Jarvis' goal was crucial to the Hammers fightback and he admitted that he could not have picked a better moment to notch his second goal of the campaign.
He added: "All that was going through my mind when I saw Matt Taylor laying it off was to get on the end of it and hit the target.
"I did that and I'm absolutely delighted that it went in, especially in front of the West Ham fans.
"That's what it's all about, scoring goals, and to do it in front of your own fans is a fantastic experience and let's hope we can get a few more."
Maiga then sealed the win and Jarvis was thrilled for his teammate as he also broke his duck for the campaign.
He explained: "Modibo did really well, he was really good in the air and managed to flick the ball on quite a few times and we were able to pick up the knockdowns.
"He took his goal really well and I'm delighted for him. It's all about confidence and hopefully his first goal of the season will push him on now.
"This could be a massive springboard for us and it's just what we needed. It was a win and a good performance, and hopefully we can take it into the weekend now.
"I'll be looking to kick-on from this too, I was really pleased to get on the scoresheet tonight."