Valon Behrami admitted West Ham's players are worried by their lowly league position but is convinced the results will come.
The Irons lie just one place off the foot of the Premier League table with five points from eight games and face a tough match against Arsenal at the Boleyn Ground on Sunday.
"THEY all hate you and they're out to get you," said Pete my compulsory basic training (CBT) instructor with alarming regularity as he guided four of us through the day of riding and theory legally required to take a scooter out on the road with L-plates. After successfully completing the CBT last week I collected the Vespa LX 125 and took to the road for the first time on my own.
By John Biggs
Londoners face an above inflation fares increase from January next year. Bus fares will rise by 12.7 per cent and Tube fares by 3.9 per cent.
Some services will be cut but we don't know which ones yet. The Mayor says he has little choice because of the other pressures he faces.
The Canteen restaurant chain celebrates all things British, boasting a menu packed with the nation's favourites.
Canteen has gone from strength to strength since its first outlet opened in Spitalfields just four years ago. Chef Cass Titcombe spoke to The Wharf about Canteen's arrival in the area.
Sir Steve Redgrave was back on familiar territory when he dropped into Canary Wharf this afternoon.
The five time Olympic rowing champion spent many hours training in the nearby Royal Docks in the early days of his career and even has a bridge named after him there.
David James should be England's goalkeeper at next year's World Cup and that would mean bad news for West Ham's Rob Green.
James is the choice of ex-England keeper David Seaman as speculation continues over who Fabio Capello will have as his first choice in South Africa.
Just over a year ago I began working at The Wharf, moved into London from Hertfordshire and hung up my car keys, after several years of commuting on four wheels to join the sweaty ranks on the Tube. Every morning and every evening. After all, daily parking on the Wharf is a little pricey for most of us and leaving enough time to cycle from N4 would eat into valuable sleeping time.
Sir Paul McCartney will become the latest music legend to play The O2 when he performs at the arena on December 22.
The ex-Beatle is undertaking a short European tour with the London date being his only UK show of the year.
Four new food outlets have been announced this week coming quickly on the back of the opening of Park Pavilion.
Battery and Tompkins (pictured) are both run by Inc Group, Havez offers a Mediterranean flavour and the fourth newcomer - Tortilla - provides a Mexican rival to Wahaca.
Spandau Ballet, The O2
IN A NUTSHELL
It's like 1984 all over again, as the ladies flock to relive their school disco days with the reformed purveyors of smooth 80s pop/soul.