The left-back hailed his teammates link-up play.
Cresswell enjoyed a fine second season at Upton Park last term, missing just a single Premier League fixture and scoring twice as he began to show more of an attacking threat.
He was a key part of a successful Hammers side which finished seventh and qualified for the Europa League in Slaven Bilic's first campaign as manager, and he hailed the "European" style of football implemented by the Croatian.
The star of the show for West Ham, though, was undoubtedly France international midfielder Dimitri Payet, who racked up 12 goals and 12 assists in his first season in England, resulting in a nomination for the PFA Player of the Year award.
Cresswell hailed the talent of his teammate, and explained how Payet's excellence has made it so much easier for himself to shine in claret and blue.
The former Ipswich Town man told the Guardian: "For 90% of the games last season Dimi [Payet] played in front of me and that made it seem easy; when you’re making that overlap you know the ball’s going to come to you, or that something will be made of your run."
West Ham fans will be relishing the thought of Payet leading their charge yet again this season as they look to make the jump from Europa League competitors to genuine top-four challengers.
The Frenchman appears likely to stay at the club as they move to the Olympic Stadium, and supporters and Cresswell will both be hoping that he can bring the best out of his teammates yet again.