Byram - I'm feeling positive

Hammers full-back Sam Byram is looking forward to being involved again after his injury
Sam Byram is looking forward to his return to the West Ham United squad after a lay-off through injury.
It’s been a frustrating period for the full-back, who last played in late February in the 1-0 home win over Sunderland.
But Slaven Bilic’s January signing, now on the road to recovery, feels ready to soon play a part in what he hopes will be a strong conclusion to the season for the Hammers.
Speaking after his recent Lakeside Official Club Store signing, Byram said: “It’s been a frustrating time. With the suspension and being cup-tied and having this injury which has dragged out longer than I’d have liked, it has been a long and annoying time.
“I think I’m at the end of the recovery now so hopefully I’ll be back joining in training soon and will get back to doing what I enjoy.
“I’m feeling positive [ahead of the final run-in]. I think we’ve done well in the run up of games, and we’ve been unlucky with some results but the performances have been up there.
“We haven’t got an easy run so it will be tough but the lads are in a good place and I think we’re going to have a good end to the season.”
And Byram, who has experienced the Boleyn Ground’s atmosphere from the stands in recent weeks, revealed his excitement ahead of the move to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park next season.
“It more nerve-wracking watching that it is playing,” he continued. “It’s good to be at the stadium supporting the lads, though, and to be able to be part of the atmosphere is good.
“If you see the atmosphere at the current stadium, the thought of double the fans in the new stadium shows what a big time it is for the Club. I for one am definitely looking forward to playing there."