Goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski says West Ham can start to look at climbing the table after recovering from a poor start to the season.
The Hammers lost their first four games of the campaign under new manager Manuel Pellegrini.
However, since opening their account with a 3-1 win at Everton, the Hammers have added impressive home wins over Manchester United and Burnley.
Fabianski told Sky Sports: "It has been a tricky season, a little bit of a transition season for us.
"But, in recent games, I think performances have been better compared to the start of the season.
"You can see that there is a bit more consistency when it comes to our performances.
"We are getting more points and hopefully that can continue.
"For me, the main thing is to put in a good performance against Huddersfield (on Saturday), get the maximum out of it and put ourselves in a strong position in the table, to then look at what is in front of us in the coming weeks."
Fabianski has been in fine form himself and is looking like a shrewd summer purchase from Swansea.
Asked if he was in prime, the Poland international joked: "I really don't know.
"I could say I was in my prime and then in the next game have a shocker!"
Fabianski was speaking to Sky Sports at the launch of The Players' Project where West Ham are promising to invest £10m over the next three years into the local community.