Lukasz Fabianski is back from international duty and switched on for Spurs.
The Hammers keeper has probably been the best player in the squad this season, proving himself a huge bargain at £7 million in the summer.
And speaking at the launch of the 2018 Lycamobile Cup, he said: “I came back from international duty on Monday and being back for training means you have to switch your mind again to the game on Saturday and make sure you put a lot of effort into training to be ready for the Tottenham match.
“It’s another important one, another big one against a tough opponent, but we are playing at home so hopefully with all the hard work during the week we’ll be in good form for Saturday’s game.
“I’m looking forward to the atmosphere on Saturday. I’ve always enjoyed playing against Spurs – it has a nice atmosphere to it so I’m guessing it won’t be any different.”
The Hammers stopper sees no reason why we can’t have another performance to match those against Manchester United and Chelsea.
He said: “We just have to prepare ourselves well during the week and have a good game on Saturday, and make sure the fans will be proud and happy after our performance.
“You can see that we have improved, especially playing at home and the recent results here have been very good so hopefully that will continue this Saturday.