Dimitri Payet says he is relishing the chance to show his best form under Slaven Bilic and reveals his team-mates have made it easy for him to settle into his new surroundings.
Payet has been one of the star performers in the opening part of the season and played a major role in helping West Ham United win four of their opening six games.
The France international stole all the headlines when he scored both goals against Newcastle last week and showed his quality once again when he played a crucial role in helping to set up the first goal for Victor Moses as the Hammers recorded a memorable 2-1 victory at the Etihad Stadium.
The Hammers are now sitting third in the Premier League and Payet hopes he can keep the Club's impressive record going and maintain his superb start to the campaign.
Payet said: “I'm trying to continue where I left off with Marseille last season. It's going very well.
“My team-mates have welcomed me in and given me confidence, it's important for me too to have the trust of the coach and it's all going well.
“I'm not having English lessons, but I'm obviously learning day to day. 'I'm happy!
“Naturally, victories bring confidence. Saturday was the third win away from home.
“When we're winning we grow and grow in confidence. We're quite sure of ourselves because we have faith in our quality.
“We've sprung a few surprises, we've beaten City, so people are beginning to speak a lot more about us.”
Payet admits he has been surprised by the Hammers amazing start to the campaign, but feels there is enough quality in the squad to be a match for any side in the country.
The Hammers are joint-top scorers in the Premier League and with the arrival of Victor Moses and Michail Antonio on transfer deadline, day the 28-year-old sees no reason why they cannot stay among the goals.
Payet added: “We know that in view of the potential going forward, we're capable of scoring at any given moment. If we're not conceding, that's going to bring us points and that's what's happened.
“I might have been a little sceptical if you told me where we’d be, but we've shown that our position’s not happened by chance. We continue to take points, that's the important thing.
“I wouldn't necessarily say [we’re winning away] with ease, but it's true that we've got a defensive unit that's tough to budge.
“We scored with practically our first chance of the game and then from a set-piece, with two goals behind you it's much easier to defend.
“Of course we followed the manager's game plan to the letter. It's been some time now since those defeats at home that we took a close look at our defensive play.”