Hammers’ star Winston Reid feels his side has got what it takes to turn around their poor start to the season.
The New Zealand international is confident that the East London club’s fortunes will change soon. West Ham United’s loss against Hull City Tigers signals just five points from their first six games leaving the club in 17th position in the league table.
While the Hammers were solid at the back on Saturday against Hull, the Kiwi is fully aware that the club needs to improve at sticking goals in the net.
He explained to West Ham’s official site: “We limited their chances on their own ground on Saturday, there were just a couple of set pieces in the first half really, then they had a shot on the post in the second half, but that was pretty much it.
“You’d take that away from home, but the problem is that we’re not putting the ball in the back of the net.
“The morale in the camp is fine, we know we’ve got a job to do and we know we need to improve, not only the players up front but the players at the back to give them a bit of service as well.
“The main thing is that everyone’s trying their hardest. We’re still the same team who got off to a good start last year, we all know each other and I’m sure things will turn around but they need to turn around quickly.”
Winston Reid believes that West Ham could have picked up a result at the KC stadium on Saturday despite their goal drought.
Reid added: “I think we should have got something at Hull, but the ball isn’t rolling our way at the minute.
We sure hope that the ball starts rolling West Ham’s way soon as we are 17th in the league table. The sooner we get the lads cooking on gas, the better!