Goalkeeper Nick Pope extremely pleased after reclaiming top spot in the race for the Golden Glove
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The 28-year-old's closest rival for the accolade, Liverpool's Alisson, who he'll meet at Anfield on Saturday, is now one behind after Leandro Trossard found the net for Brighton at the Amex Stadium.
"It sounds good," he said. "I'm really, really pleased, it's been good so far and it's a total we want to build on.
"We've got four games to go so we want to see how many we can get. It's a great achievement for a team that is not in the so-called 'top six' to get that many.
"We've got a big opportunity to build on that and get more. We've still got stuff to play for and we're really pushing. We're going into these last games pushing to win each and every one."
Pope was given plenty to do on his way to earning his latest blank. He kept out efforts from Tomas Soucek, Michail Antonio and Andriy Yarmolenko in the first half and then made an exceptional stop to deny substitiute Sebastien Haller in the second.
He said: "Right from the front we defend properly. The lads are running until they can't run anymore.
"It gives us, as a defence and a goalkeeper, so much confidence to see them doing that. They're putting their bodies on the line for us and that runs through the team.
"It was a bit of an aerial assault, they just kept coming in. It was wave after wave towards the end, but it's sometimes like that on the road in the Premier League.
"Teams aren't going to give up and West Ham are fighting really hard, they're a good team. It just kept coming and coming but fortunately enough we got the clean sheet so I'm really happy."