Ed Relaxed

Edouard Cisse says he has no problem about not playing every week for the Hammers.

Edouard, previously a regular with Paris St. Germain, from whom he is on a year's loan with a view to a permanent transfer, returned to the starting line up against Liverpool on Saturday after dropping to the subs' bench for Everton to accommodate the return of Steve Lomas who missed the Fulham game through illness.

But with Trevor Sinclair moving up to the forward line at the weekend there was another midfield spot available, which Edouard took.

"There are a lot of players and Glenn has to make his choice but it is not a 'revenge' for me. Sometimes you play, sometimes you don't play - that's football," he says.

"English football is so different from French football, but I am really enjoying playing in the Premiership.

"I feel better and more confident, and I hope I am going to score soon."

Looking at the trip to Anfield, he says: "It was a really hard game because Liverpool played well, with confidence, and they pressed really hard.

"We couldn't play as we wanted - but I do think the second goal was offside.

"It was disappointing because just before the second goal we had a chance ourselves."

As for the Oldham game, he says: "We are at home and we need to win for our supporters - and to make the players confident against Leeds.

"It will be a good test for us. I don't know why it is going wrong at home; maybe we are getting no luck, but I don't know exactly."