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West Ham goalkeeper Jussi Jaaskelainen is pleased with the club's start to the season, including Saturday's goalless draw at Norwich.
The former Bolton goalkeeper was praised by manager Sam Allardyce for his display at Carrow Road and the 37-year-old felt he had played a part in earning the Hammers a point.
"Sometimes you have to be there to help out the team in certain situations and on Saturday I was able to do just that," he told the club's official website. "The biggest disappointment for us was to not get a goal in the first half and that maybe in the second half our attacking play didn't have the same quality it could have."
The draw at Norwich followed home victories over Aston Villa and Fulham, with a 3-0 defeat at Swansea the only disappointment for the east London club.
"It has been a very good start to the season," Jaaskelainen said. "You can see we are continuing to build together as a team and to have kept three clean sheets in four games is obviously a very good start.
"But to come away from home against a good side in Norwich with another clean sheet and another point is very pleasing."