The striker has been part of West Ham's run of four consecutive wins - the latest being against Southampton.
"That's four games in a row that we've won now and that's our best run since 2007," he told West Ham TV. "Everyone's over the moon with the result, firstly, and the form that we're showing.
"The manager pointed out that this is the first time this season that we've come from behind [in the league] to win. It just shows the grit, courage and the team spirit in the dressing room at the moment.
"The manager has got everyone pulling in the same direction and helping each other out and digging ourselves out of trouble, like we did on Saturday.
"Nobby [Kevin Nolan] and I shared the spoils today with the goals and the assists, but it's a team effort and we wouldn't have been in that position to get the goals if it weren't for the other players as well, so credit to everybody."
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