The West Brom goalkeeper heaped praise on the man replacing him while he is out injured.
West Brom left Upton Park with a 1-1 draw - a result that will very much satisfy Tony Pulis based on how the 90 minutes unfolded.
And Foster praised Lambert, as well as goalkeeper Myhill, with the 33-year-old responsible for several key saves against West Ham.
Great away point that! So happy for Rickie, always gives 100% on and off the pitch, Boaz on fire too #WHUWBA— Ben Foster (@BenFoster) November 29, 2015
The stats prove how busy Myhill was against the Hammers...
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As Opta data shows, only two goalkeepers made more saves than Myhill in the Premier League this weekend but what separates the West Brom shot stopper from the rest of the bunch is that he was only beaten by a simply unstoppable West Ham free-kick.
Foster will no doubt face a tough battle for his place when he returns from injury, with the Baggies having Myhill to thank for their point at Upton Park.
There were certainly other contributors, while West Ham should have done better at home. But the West Brom goalkeeper played a huge part.