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Pablo Fornals lifts lid on the two reasons he loves playing for West Ham

West Ham United fan favourite Pablo Fornals has renewed confidence pumping through his veins.

The £24million summer signing struggled to adapt to English football initially.

But he emerged as one of West Ham’s best players over the winter period.

David Moyes left fans baffled when he froze Fornals out of the team on returning to the club in December.

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Fornals full of fight

But the Spaniard has fought his way back into the Hammers side and has played a crucial role in excellent performances against Liverpool and Southampton.

Fornals has a goal and two assists since coming back into the West Ham side over the last game and a half.

And he looks set to start again at Arsenal on Saturday.

Now speaking to the club’s official website, Fornals revealed the two reasons he loves playing for West Ham; the fans and the team’s creative flair when confidence is high.

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Fan favourite reveals the two reasons he loves playing for Hammers

And the hard-working midfield playmaker is positive West Ham can get an important result at the Emirates.

“I’m feeling good and we want to be successful for our fans – I just want to continue playing well for them,” Fornals told whufc.com.

“It was fun to play in Saturday’s game.

“We are a great team when we are playing well and we can create a lot.

“We are in a good moment and I am absolutely convinced that we can get a result at Arsenal.”

Do that and West Ham will keep themselves out of the relegation zone going into a crucial home game against Wolves.

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West Ham can take big step towards safety

The relegation battle goes on the road this weekend with all seven teams involved facing tough away games.

The Hammers are at the Emirates while Bournemouth go to Liverpool, Watford to Palace, Brighton to Wolves and Aston Villa to Leicester.

Newcastle and Norwich also face tough trips to Southampton and Sheffield United respectively.

West Ham’s run-in:

Arsenal (A)

Wolves (H)

Tottenham (A)

Chelsea (H)

Newcastle (A)

Burnley (H)

Norwich (A)

Watford (H)

Man United (A)

Aston Villa (H)

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