Henri Lansbury is determined to end the season on a high with West Ham United, starting with three points against Leicester on Monday night.
The midfielder - on-loan from Arsenal - has recently re-established himself in the first-team picture and believes it is down to his hard work and positive attitude. The England Under-21 international has started the last two games for the Hammers - at home to Brighton & Hove Albion and away at Bristol City.
"Tto get back into the team I have had to just keep training hard and looking after myself and keep fit and then take my chance." Lansbury said.
"It's the gaffer's choice who plays and all I can do is train and play well and make myself available for selection. Hopefully I can continue to show what I can do."
Lansbury also spoke about how well team-mate Ricardo Vaz Te is playing at the moment after his stunning scoring streak since joining the club from Barnsley in January. The Portuguese winger bagged a hat-trick against Brighton, the first of which was a superb long-range effort that was included in Sky Sports News' 'Goal of the Week' selection.
"Ricardo's a great player, he has hit a few of those long range shots in training and they've gone wide, the gaffer calls them moon shots! But then he went out against Brighton and they've gone in for him which is fantastic for all of us."
Lansbury is hoping to have a part to play in the final two games of the season at Leicester City and home to Hull City. The midfielder is aware how much of a part the fans will play in making sure the Hammers finish the season on a high.
"The fans were great and out in their numbers against Brighton and Bristol and we will need that for the final two games in order to get positive results. If we can do that then who knows what may happen come the end of the season."