Reid's happy to be back

Winston Reid was delighted to make his comeback from injury on Saturday
Winston Reid was pleased to play his part as West Ham United secured a point against title-challengers Manchester City on Saturday.
Reid was marking his return to the starting line-up in the Barclays Premier League following a month-long injury absence and he chose a high-intensity clash in which to make his comeback.
The Kiwi felt the performance was indicative of how far the Hammers have come and is confident for a strong end to the campaign.
“It was a bit of a ding dong game and they are a tough team to play against,” he said. “We had other chances too and it showed what a class keeper Joe Hart is that he saved Dimi’s (Payet’s) free kick. It was right in the top corner.
“At the end we had a chance with Cheikhou Kouyate, but it wasn’t to be. It was a good performance and we needed to bounce back from the disappointment against Newcastle.
“It was a great game for the fans and it shows how far we have come as a team to be disappointed in not winning against a team like Man City.
“I haven’t been frustrated [at waiting for my chance]. I spoke to the manager and he told me how the situation was. The defence has been doing really well since I have been out and I said to him that it is not a problem, when I am needed he can call upon me to play.
“Everyone wants to play of course, but I know the situation. I trained hard and it gave me a couple of extra weeks to get my fitness back up.”