Former West Ham United player Julien Faubert, has said that he has "amazing memories" of his time at the Hammers.
Time of his life
The Frenchman became a firm favourite amongst the Hammers faithful, having moved from Bordeaux, the 32-year-old spent four years at Upton Park, between 2008 and 2012, making 121 appearances-and Faubert said that he looks back at his time in the capital with fondness.
He told whufc.com that he has "amazing memories" of his time with West Ham and found it it difficult to "choose one" particular memory.
Faubert continued saying that he still has a "special relationship" with the fans as they "still talk" and show their "love and support" to him via social media and said that it is his "team" and that his "love for the fans and the club" is "still the same."
To the next level
The Hammers have changed a lot since Faubert's final game in claret and blue, in the 2012 Championship play-off final victory over Blackpool, with a new manager in Slaven Bilic, and a new stadium imminent.
The Hammers will move to their new stadium at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in the coming weeks, and Faubert believes the arrival of Bilic and some of his signings have taken the club to the next level.
He said that "the coach" and "the signings" have made a "huge difference" is a "step forward for the club" as it is what they "needed" with the "stadium move" as they needed "big results" and to play in "European competition."
Faubert continued saying that he believes that West Ham are "going to be in the top four" and will "play for the title every year" and said that he is "so happy" as the club "deserves it" as they have "history" and the "best fans in England."
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