IT’S fantastic watching West Ham United at the moment.

The Hammers registered their fourth win on the spin when goals from Robert Snodgrass and Michail Antonio guided them to a 2-0 victory at Fulham on Saturday.

Confidence is building within the group because of such a good run of results.

Having looked at the fixtures on paper - against Newcastle United, Cardiff City, Crystal Palace and Fulham - you thought there was a good chance of West Ham picking up a lot of points, but I didn’t think it would be 12 from 12.

Manuel Pellegrini deserves a lot of credit for what he has achieved.

Having lost the first four games since coming in, there were rumours that he was going to get sacked.

I didn’t believe that speculation at all, but there was no doubting that it had been a poor start after spending close to £100million on new talent.

But those signings are starting to show why they were brought to east London.

Lukasz Fabianski has to be the bargain of the year and Felipe Anderson has been excellent after turning up and originally looking like he didn’t fancy it in the Premier League.

But, in all honesty, it has clicked with him quicker that I expected in English football.

Snodgrass is like a new signing because he he is like a totally different player to the one West Ham originally signed from Hull City.

He looked unfit and couldn’t get a game, but he has come back from a season-long loan with Aston Villa rejuvenated.

Snodgrass has now got two goals and three assists in his last four games, which is a superb record.

Javier Hernandez has been quality and bagging goals. It’s fantastic that so many players are chipping in with goals, particularly with Marko Arnautovic missing.

It has been an unbelievable change in fortunes, but Pellegrini has stuck with his principles when a lot of managers wouldn’t. Hopefully the great run will continue.