West Ham forward Michail Antonio insists the squad still believe they can turn around their poor start to the campaign. The Hammers return to action following the international break with a tricky looking trip to Everton on Sunday and are in desperate need of points.
They are currently the only side in the Premier League without a point to their name and subsequently sit at the bottom of the table.
However, Antonio insists it is far too soon to write off the campaign and feels they are capable of improving over the next few weeks.
Antonio told the club’s official website: “It’s a long, hard season and you can’t be down after just four games, because there are still 34 games to go.
“You’ve got to believe in the team because we believe in ourselves.
“We’ve definitely got the squad and definitely got the manager but it’s just about getting it all working together and getting used to each other and it’ll all come good.”