After moving into the Premier League’s top four with a win over Wolverhampton Wanderers, West Ham captain Mark Noble says the Hammers have little to lose in the fight for Champions League football.
The Hammers fought off a Wolves comeback to claim a victory that lifts them above Chelsea with eight games remaining after roaring into a three-goal lead in the first 40 minutes.
The only downside for David Moyes’ side was Michail Antonio’s early withdrawal due to injury, with the striker expected to be evaluated in the coming days.
Following his departure, the Hammers showed real character to secure the victory, and Noble says the team is determined to compete for a top-four finish. “We said two or three weeks ago that when we get to single figures in games left we can have a right go, because we have nothing to lose and we can go for it,” he said.
Source: BBC Sport