The Spaniard saw very little action in the early parts of the season under former boss Slaven Bilic, leading to rumours he could leave after the New Year with a number of clubs, including Newcastle United, interested in his signature.
However, after the appointment of Moyes, Adrian has now re-established himself as the Hammers number one, keeping three clean sheets in each of the club’s last three Premier League games.
After reclaiming his number one jersey, the 30-year-old is keen to prove his manager made the right decision.
“I produced a good performance and after this the manager has had confidence in me to keep playing,” he said speaking on his impressive display at Manchester City earlier in the month, “so I have to give him the same confidence on the pitch every time I have the opportunity. I am in a positive way now and feel in good form.
“To be honest, the start of this season was the hardest three or four months I have had at West Ham. At the end of last season, I got my position in the starting eleven again and I played well and we finished well so to be out of the team at the start of this season was hard for me.
“I knew that, if I worked hard, this opportunity would come, initially in the cup games, and possibly in the Premier League, to show my level.”