Sofiane Feghouli’s West Ham future may be in the balance but the Algerian winger is determined to end the season a winner.
The 27 year old admits he was being sought by European clubs in the January window but that the club decided they wanted to hold onto him.
But he added: “We will have talks about the future at the end of the season.”
In the meantime he said: “I’m happy to be playing. I’ve racked up two goals and three assists since I got into the team. I’m happy about that, particularly with the goals at home in front of our fans which is always a great feeling.
“The most important thing, however, is to help the team win games which is what I enjoy the most because I’m a competitor and I want to play.
“We haven’t won in our last five games now, so we really need to work on becoming more consistent. There’s plenty of room for progress in this team. It’s down to all of us and the staff to do better. We haven’t won recent games due to fine margins.
“We also need to improve defensively because we’ve been conceding too many goals. Our target is to finish in the top-half and to entertain our supporters.”
He has a good attitude and puts a shift in every game, may not be the quickest winger on the books but never lacking in commitment if some of his team mates took a leaf out of his book we would probably have been up near the top of the table.