West Ham United keeper Darren Randolph believes his side can be a match for any team in the Premier League when they are producing their best form.
Randolph is currently away with the Republic of Ireland squad but he is still celebrating his part in helping the Hammers come away with a memorable 3-0 win over Liverpool last week.
The 28-year-old keeper was thrilled to be part of the team that recorded the first victory at Anfield since 1963 and got the Club's season back on track following consecutive home defeats against Leicester and Bournemouth.
Randolph looks set to keep his place in the side as Adrian is serving the last game of his three game suspension against Newcastle next Monday.
And the talented keeper feels his team can achieve big things this season if they continue to show the same level of performance that has seen them come away with emphatic wins over Arsenal and Liverpool at the start of the campaign.
Randolph said: “It was disappointing to lose the two home games but it shows what we can do when everyone is at the top of their game.
“We showed what we are capable of and it was no different against Liverpool.
“It was a great victory and that sums up football in the space of a week. I don't think anyone would have though that would happen.
“It was a great performance and similar to the Arsenal game and we got the win.
“The chairman came in the dressing room and said I wasn't going to get paid as I didn't have to make a save to make!
“All the boys worked extremely hard throughout the game to stop any kind of danger and we deserved the win and a clean sheet. It was my best game in a West Ham shirt.”