Hammers winger Jarvis is keen to get his football career running according to schedule again.
The 28-year-old missed the start of the season due to thigh injury but started his first match in the Barclays Premier League against Alan Pardew's Newcastle on Saturday at Upton Park.
Jarvis was delighted to get his first start and is adamant his injury woes are behind him now.
The English international became West Ham's record signing after joining the club back in 2012 and is hoping to get a run of games under his belt as the season goes on.
According to talkSPORT, Jarvis said: "I always want to play every game, so I am looking for a run of matches now.
"It was fantastic to be back, it has been a long time. I was just really pleased to get back in there and to get a win as well was great.
"It has been frustrating for me full stop. I was feeling really, really good in pre-season, only to get injured before the start of the season.
"It is always hard to try and get back into the team when they have been doing so well, so when I did get a chance it was just a question of making sure I took it.
"We have a really fantastic squad now. Whoever does get picked is worth his place because there are plenty of others looking to take his place."
Written by Thinkfootballideas staff