Williams Predicts Success

Former Hammer Tom Williams reckons last season was just a 'blip' for the side - and is certain they will bounce back this campaign.
Williams was man of the match in Peterborough's 2-0 defeat by West Ham, leaving Glenn Roeder to quip after the game:
"He is a boy that wants to do well and I obviously did a good job with him because he got man of the match!
"He kicked up a couple of yards of turf on a few occasions and he does like a tackle.
"And who knows, with his determination to better himself he might come back to a higher level.
"I hope both he and Jimmy Bullard do well for Barry Fry."
He left West Ham in the summer on a free transfer having failed to break through into the first team, and insists that they will improve on last season's standing.
"I think they will have a good season personally, no doubt about it.
"I think they will be in the top eight, though I know a lot of people don't.
"Without a shadow of a doubt they will recover, and last season will prove to have been a one-off season for them.
"Glenn is the man to get them coached and managed well enough.
"As for me, I needed a move to get some experience in a team, like West Ham, that plays good football."
Of the game itself, he says:
"I've seen them sharper obviously because it was only a preseason.
"They seemed very together with a good team spirit and there was a lot of 'come on, let's get it together'.
"I think that has been bred by Glenn.
"And they did pass the ball crisply as well."