Jarvis targets Chelsea repeat

West Ham United winger Matt Jarvis is hoping they can repeat last season's home victory over Chelsea when the two sides meet at Upton Park this weekend.

Last Updated: 23/11/13 at 16:44 Post Comment

Matt Jarvis: Aiming for repeat last season's win over Chelsea

Matt Jarvis: Aiming for repeat last season's win over Chelsea

West Ham secured a 3-1 win over their London rivals last season at Upton Park, with Jarvis admitting it was the "highlight" for the Hammers.

Jarvis is relishing the chance of locking horns with Jose Mourinho's men and despite only winning one of their last five matches, he believes they can cause an upset against Chelsea.

"I think it was the highlight of last season really," Jarvis told London 24 of last season's win over Chelsea.

"It was a fantastic win and it was just a really good time for us and it was fantastic for the fans. You have got to be on song and playing your best football.

"The league has shown already that everyone is beating everyone else.

"No-one has been dominant at the moment, so hopefully we can show the qualities we did last year and get a good result.

"We are at home, we have our fans behind us, we need a good result and so hopefully we can get one."

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