Winston Reid wants West Ham United to continue their excellent form over the Premier League’s top sides by beating Arsenal on Saturday.
The Gunners visit the Boleyn Ground still searching for points in their quest to clinch the Premier League title.
But the Hammers, who have already beaten Arsenal this season, want to continue their unbeaten home run to finish the season strongly.
And Reid, who was part of the side that grabbed the 2-0 victory at the Emirates, would love to complete the double over the Hammers’ London rivals.
Reid said: “We’ve had some really good results like the Arsenal one this season. We’ve been really good against the top teams and hopefully we can get the same sort of result on Saturday.
“I think Arsenal are still title contenders and it will be difficult as they have a team full of international players.
“They are up there every single season so it’s always going to be tough playing against them.
“But it’s a London derby, there will be lots of fans, so hopefully we’ll get the three points.”
Slaven Bilic’s team have not been beaten in 15 consecutive home matches, and, according to Reid, that’s down to the team’s playing style.
“We’re generally pretty positive about how we play at home,” he continued. “We like to start quickly and get on the front foot.
“When we have gone behind though, we’ve been good at getting back into games. We try to make it difficult for teams at the Boleyn and we try to get on top of them from the start.
“If we can finish as high as we can, it would be a fitting way to end [the era at the Boleyn Ground]. We’ve put early critics to bed and have had a really strong season.
“Now, we just want to make sure we finish it off.”