West Ham boss Slaven Bilic remains motivated despite ongoing speculation

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"We all work, our staff, our players, the supporters as well because nobody wins alone". West Ham in January sent Zaza back to the Italian champions who sent him to Valencia.

"They moved into a new stadium and the teething problems they've had have impacted their season".

Asked about his own future amid a five-match winless run and fervent speculation that his current deal will not be renewed during the summer, an under-pressure Bilic said: "It's been for a few months or whatever, what do you want me to say?"

"The post wasn't man of the match, but it is a little bit of West Ham, so it's all good, " he said.

Noble will slot into the team in place of Obiang, with Robert Snodgrass the likeliest to replace Antonio as he returns to his old club for tomorrow's game.

"I'm in my job", he stated in reference to the exit rumours. "I am happy and we're in a position where we can have a good finish to the season".

Stephenson, who made 108 appearances for West Ham between 1968 and 1972, continued: "I see the Hammers slipping down the Premier League table week after week".

"West Ham appears to be a side lacking and leaking goals and with players continually unfit for large chunks of the season".

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"They play football", the Croatian stated.

Spending £30m on Batshuayi might seem a lot after this season, but with the potential still there (he's only 23), it would be an investment more than anything else.

And he did not shy away from taking responsibility, adding that his side will find themselves in a relegation scrap should they fail to improve.

Carroll's thumping header was then instinctively saved by Jakupovic, but the Tigers had stirred at last and all of a sudden West Ham looked rattled.

However, West Ham are unbeaten in their last four Premier League clashes with the Tigers (W3 D1), keeping a clean sheet in the last two.

The Scottish left back received the ball inside the box before coolly slotting it past Darren Randolph.

Scoring all of his goals within the 18 yard box, the Kiwi has shown great composure this season for Leeds United, rarely panicking, even when needing to take more than one touch in front of the goalkeeper.

We'll be back for the first half recap.