Adrian has enjoyed many career highlights at West Ham following his move to the Boleyn Ground back in June 2013.
Few could forget his match winning penalty against Everton in the FA Cup last season, while he will never forget his first save for the club when he made a superb block to deny Manchester United's Tom Cleverley on his debut at Old Trafford.
But one of the best games for Adrian came against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge back in January 2014.
The Hammers were facing a relegation battle at the time, but their season turned around following a superb display in west London when they came away with a 0-0 draw against the former Premier League champions.
One of the biggest factors behind that result was the superb form shown by Adrian that night as he made an incredible 39 saves to stop Chelsea getting on the scoresheet.
One of the best saves was to deny Oscar's curling effort which looked destined for the top corner and it won him the save of the season at the Club's end of season awards. Adrian says he will never forget that match and hopes to come away with another clean sheet this weekend.
West Ham return to the Bridge with different aspirations this season and can move into the top four on Saturday if they manage to secure another crucial three points.
Adrian said: “I have happy memories of going to Stamford Bridge. For a goalkeeper that had to be my best game there because I kept a clean sheet after many shots on targets and I made a number of saves.
“We came away with a point and it was so important for us because we were fighting relegation at that moment and at the end of the season that point was crucial for us.
“Now it is a different story and we are in a good position in the table and now we are playing for other things.
“We are a different team and we have the chance to beat them and I think it will be a very good game on Saturday.”
Adrian understands why the Hammers fans are starting to dream about Champions League football next season following the Club's superb run of form.
But the Spanish keeper is refusing to get carried away and says the players must stay focused on the final nine league games to ensure they give themselves the best possible chance of finishing in the top four.
Adrian added: “Everybody can dream about this (Champions League) but we have to take it step-by-step and we just have to focus on the next game.
“The West Ham philosophy is like this that we have to keep working and prepare for the next game. We now have Chelsea and if we beat them it will put us in an even better position in the table.
“The league is so tight and the top of the table is so close. If you lose two games in a row you can lose your position so we have to keep our concentration.
“We are in a good position in the table and are confident and we will keep looking to achieve that goal.
“We have a big chance to beat them and they are not having the best Premier League season but they will want to beat us playing at home and move towards the top of the table.
“But we have shown that we will fight towards the end and it will be a great game for both teams.”