Randolph - I enjoy playing at Anfield

Darren Randolph has joked that he would love to play at Anfield every week after he produced another superb display to help the Hammers come away with a 0-0 draw with Liverpool in the Emirates FA Cup.

The Republic of Ireland international produced a man of the match display as he made a number of fine saves including a superb triple save in the second half to stop Christian Benteke and Joe Allen getting on the scoresheet.

Randolph certainly enjoys playing on Merseyside after he also played a crucial role in helping West Ham record an emphatic 3-0 over Liverpool back in August.

The Hammers keeper showed his quality once again on Saturday and is confident the club can now secure a victory in the replay and have a good run in the competition this season.

Randolph said: “We have had two decent results this season at Anfield. We have had two good performances from the team and I like coming here!

“I am happy to play whenever I can. The manager told me at the start of the week that I was going to start as it was the FA Cup. I am just happy to play.

“Every game is an opportunity for me. When I get the chance I need to show the manager what I can do. It would be nice to have a good cup run.

“We are full of confidence going into the replay. We are in good form and want to keep winning. It builds confidence. We have already had two victories against Liverpool this season and we came here thinking we could get a result.

“It is never easy playing at Anfield and they have a good squad. It was always going to be tough regardless of who was playing and they have a point to prove if they are not getting much game time.”

Randolph says he will be keeping in close contact with fellow keeper Adrian over the weekend after the Spanish keeper flew back to Seville to be with his family ahead of the birth of their first baby.

He added: “Adrian still travelled up with us but he had to leave first thing on Saturday. I told him to text me when something happens.

“The first I knew about him leaving was at 5am in the morning when he sent me a text message saying he was on his way to the airport.

“I told him to let me know if there are developments. I will keep in touch with him to see how he is going.”