Fit-again West Ham record signing Andre Ayew is confident of rediscovering his form against bitter rivals Tottenham Hotspur.
The 26-year-old was handed a run-in in the Hammers 1-1 stalemate with Stoke City at home last weekend.
The Ghana international failed to glitter against Stoke after he was replaced in the second half.
But the former Marseille star has vowed to bounce back against Spurs in the London derby after the international break.
'The fitness is coming back," Ayew told whufc.com. "I am not yet at my best, but it's only with games that I will get back to my best."
He continued: 'I more or less know the team and how we want to play, so now it's about me getting 100 per cent fit and after that I can bring my quality to the squad."
Ayew added: 'I am very confident and we have great players in the team and great management so hopefully everything will be OK very soon.'
Ayew is currently on international duty where he is expected to captain his native Ghana ahead of their 2018 World Cup qualifier against Egypt on Sunday.