Striker excited by prospect of West Ham return

Wandsworth Guardian: Eagles forward Marouane Chamakh celebrates scoring the winner against West Ham at Selhurst in December. Picture by Edmund Boyden. Eagles forward Marouane Chamakh celebrates scoring the winner against West Ham at Selhurst in December. Picture by Edmund Boyden.

Marouane Chamakh is looking forward to returning to West Ham when Crystal Palace visit Upton Park for a London derby this weekend.

The Moroccan striker started in Palace’s 3-2 win at Goodison Park on Wednesday, a result which all but secured Premier League football next season for the Eagles.

Chamakh hailed his team’s “perfect” four-game win streak before looking ahead to West Ham, where he played on loan in 2013.

“Four wins, 12 points - we can’t do much better than that,” said the Palace striker.

“We are so happy. Everton played very well but we concentrated hard and I think we are sure to stay up now.

“I said before the season I felt we were going to stay up.

“It was a big challenge for us but we did it - It’s unbelievable.

“We were at the bottom but I still thought we were going to stay up.

“West Ham will be a good derby.

“They had one more day of rest but I think it will be a good game.”

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