Seb: Let's Do It Away

Sebastien Schemmel insists the Hammers have to overcome their Jekyll and Hyde start to the season by grabbing a victory at Portman Road this weekend.
"It is bizarre," he says, "there are two teams, the home team supported by these 26,000 crazy, fantastic fans, and another team that plays away, that plays 'relaxed' thinking we're going to win every match; even I don't recognise this team. 
"We have to remedy it however we can because it is the moment to get the season going, and the fans expect nothing less.
"We want to finish in the top six or seven and I think with this team it is possible - but we have to win games away, starting with Sunday.
"Everyone wanted a top six place from the start of the season, and I think we will get it."
Sebastien says he is settling in to the rigours of the Premiership, but has yet to reach peak performance.
"It wasn't my best match on Wednesday," he admits, "and the best is still to come as I find my level.
"Everyone is encouraging me, and giving me confidence, and I have a good understanding with Trevor Sinclair and Paolo.
"They are great players and with them in the side football is easy."
He reckons the win over Chelsea will have enhanced his reputation in his homeland, and adds:
"We have beaten a team practically full of internationals and I'm proud to have done that against a side with Desailly and Petit in it; that is a good reference for me back in France.
"Everyone is happy to have got the win over Chelsea, who are without doubt one of the best five or six clubs in Europe at the moment.
"But West Ham proved we have heart and that we are a team, and we have shown that we are one of the good sides in England.
"I'm happy for everyone: the supporters and Glenn.
"He deserved it, he has worked very hard and got some reward, and it his victory as well as that of the fans.
"The more we go on the more confidence we will get and the better the football will become, and I will get better as well."