Robert Snodgrass scored his first Premier League goal for West Ham to inspire a comeback victory against Crystal Palace.

West Ham moved into the top half of the table with a 3-2 victory over the Eagles at The London Stadium.

But after trailing at half-time, it took Snodgrass’ goal to spark West Ham back into life.

Less than three minutes into the second half and West Ham were level with the Scotland international getting on the score sheet.

And it was an impressive goal too, as Snodgrass curled the ball in from outside the box.

Robert Snodgrass grabbed West Ham’s equaliser yesterday. (Photo by James Griffiths/West Ham United via Getty Images)

Considering the 31-year-old was deemed surplus to requirements last season and loaned out by Slaven Bilic, his West Ham revival is commendable.

Snodgrass has gone from being the forgotten man to a key part of West Ham’s team and he always puts 100 per cent in.

He capped yesterday’s display with a goal, which nicely ended a strong week where he racked up three assists as well to lead the Irons to three consecutive wins.

Below are what West Ham fans are saying about their new hero Snodgrass.