Jesse Lingard has also insisted that he is “really enjoying [his] football” at the moment with West Ham United.
Lingard came through the ranks with Manchester United and he was a regular in their first team from the 2015/16 season onwards.
He spent five seasons as a mainstay in their first team as he went onto make 210 appearances for the Red Devils.
But the midfielder had fallen down the pecking order at United at the start of this season. Up until January, he failed to make a single Premier League appearance.
This tempted Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to let him join West Ham on loan until the summer. The Englishman has looked rejuvenated for the Hammers, with him scoring three goals from his first four games.
Speaking via the club’s official website, Lingard suggested that he is happy with how well he has “settled in” at West Ham:
“I’m obviously really enjoying my football and I’ve settled in really well and the lads have taken to me really well.
“I’ve come here to play football week-in, week-out and that’s what I’m doing.
“Playing football makes me happy and when we win and play like we did on Sunday [when I scored in a 2-1 victory over Tottenham Hotspur], nothing can top that.
“It’s about doing it consistently and that’s maybe where I’ve struggled before, doing it consistently in games.
“But I can feel now I’m coming to an age where I can keep that consistency and focus and concentration coming into games and playing games week-in, week-out which I haven’t been used to.”