The striker has been in fine form with goals against Bournemouth and Manchester City recently.
The striker has recently returned from an ankle injury that ruled him out earlier this season, and is arguably in the best form he has ever been in during his time at the club.
He already has four goals in his last two games, having bagged in the win over Bournemouth, one an impressive free kick, while he also managed both his side’s goals in the draw with Manchester City last weekend.
And while he admits he is now fully fit and firing, he says he can give more to the Hammers’ cause in future.
“I am very pleased to be among the goals again and have been able to help the team,” he told whufc.com.
“I am feeling fully fit and I have a lot of confidence, so it is a bit of everything as to why I am feeling so good.”
“In terms of my goals and helping the team stay as high we can in the league, I feel I am doing well, but I can be giving more to the team in the future.”
Manager Slaven Bilic will certainly hope that the Ecuadorian has more to offer; with his side having struggled to keep strikers fit this season.
Both Andy Carroll and Diafra Sakho are currently out injured and they need a regular goalscorer to keep up their current push for a place in Europe next season.
They are sitting sixth in the table and just six points outside the top four, and Valencia upping his performances further, as well as the likes of Dimitri Payet performing, will be key to their hopes of finishing high up the table.