Aaron Cresswell assumes West Ham are prospering for the presence of David Moyes from the beginning of the season. Moyes is in the second spell at the London Stadium recently.
The Scot was abolished after his first stint approved by Manuel Pellegrini.
Thus, he was re-established last December as the experienced Chilean coach was dismissed with West Ham struggling again.
Witnessing success of the Hammers, Moyes guided them towards the new campaign with 11 points out of eight competitions after Saturday’s 1-0 win over Fulham.
Cresswell has been considered as one of the resourceful agents this season.
Defender Cresswell said: “Both times the gaffer came in we were deep in a relegation battle. It is different for managers to come in at those times and he has kept us up twice.
“We’ve started this season and been excellent, it is working well and we’ve got the two-week gap now to build on it and work on what we’re going to do against Sheffield United in our next match.
“Over the first eight games, against some of those teams, we picked up fantastic results. Consistency is the key, and if we can maintain the level we’re at now I’m sure we’ll be OK.”
Fellow defender Angelo Ogbonna must scan his asses due the suffering groin injury against Fulham.