Robert Snodgrass was delighted with West Ham's win at Southampton.
After impressing as a substitute in the midweek defeat by Manchester City, the Scotland star was handed his first start at St Mary's, and responded with a typically effective performance.
“It was a hard one on Wednesday but the lads bounced back terrifically, especially after going a goal behind, the character we showed to get the win was terrific," he confirmed to whufc.com.
“The lads worked so hard for each other and took our chances when they came, so it was a terrific three points."
The former Hull City midfielder added: “Everyone has been so welcoming. The fans have wished me all the best and I just wanted to get down to business and playing games and starting games and working hard for the team.
“We need to keep going. We've got a home game against West Brom and we'll go in believing we can win and get some more points on the board with the aim of finishing in the top ten."