Spurs, who travel to Upton Park tomorrow lunchtime, have already lost to the Hammers twice this season, including during the Capital One Cup.
The winger told the club's website: "Everybody knows we've lost twice against West Ham this season so we have to make sure we take the win for everybody associated with the club.
"In our recent games we have showed stability, we've scored at good moments and we've defended well so we have to keep going and hopefully we will win on Saturday.
"In a London derby against West Ham it's all about getting the win and we have to give everything to do that. We have two games left now and we want to put on good performances in both of them."
Spurs currently sit sixth in the Premier League table.