West Ham United manager, Slaven Bilic has expressed frustration over his team’s run of losses since the beginning of the season.
The Hammers who are yet to win a game this season play host to newly promoted Huddersfield who are currently third in the log and are yet to lose a game.
Bilic confirmed Manuel Lanzini is out for the Huddersfield game and will be for two or three weeks. Edimilson Fernandes is out. Winston Reid is back. And Andy Carroll is ‘OK’.
“There was a lot in the media about the transfer window. We wanted to get some players. There’s no point in talking about players we didn’t get.”
“Of course I am frustrated but I am not angry. I don’t know why it didn’t happen. I think it was money. It was definitely money. We have been in talks with Lisbon. Whether they are official or not I don’t know. I don’t do these things. I suggested the player, I wanted the player, we talked to them…it didn’t happen because the money was too high.”
“They have started really well. They have added good players to their squad and we have to be on our game. Their start has given them a big boost, positive atmosphere in their dressing room and we have to stop it.
“They are positive. They just go for it and that’s very important in football. The fans have been always great for us, but sometimes they are angry on social media but I have never felt at games they are not behind me.”
“It’s good to play at home. It’s been a long time that we haven’t played there, we will train there tomorrow and Sunday, go into the dressing room to feel it a bit more.”
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