Trev: We Must Keep Going

Trevor Sinclair insists that West Ham must keep the momentum of the last two wins going at Everton this coming weekend.

Looking at the trip to Goodison Park, he says: "We have done nothing yet.We have made the mountain a little bit smaller to climb but we have just got our heads on the next game, Everton away, and we need to get as many of those performances as we can to try and avoid relegation.

"It is two on the trot and we needed to come back to Upton Park and get three points after the West Brom.

"We have done quite well away from home but we have not backed it up with performances at home - but we did that against Spurs.

"I thought we dominated the game from start to finish, and thoroughly deserved the three points.

"There was desire and I think we wanted it more than them. We were prepared to shed more blood, sweat, and tears - and I think that showed."

There was certainly more confidence on show in the Spurs match, and Trevor explains: "That is what happens when you win a game, and we got that from the week before.We regrouped and trained hard with the right intentions, and we showed what we were all about to get the three points that we needed.

"Everyone is fit and we have the new guy, Al, who is working wonders with us and putting us through our paces."

That is a reference to Alan Pearson, who is helping out at the training ground in terms of fitness work, and Trevor adds: "He has come in and has got new ideas - and it is working.

"The warm-ups are different, we are all together. It is shorter, sharper stuff working on individual muscles and it seems to help us start games better, which is the main thing and what his objective was."

Trevor hopes that Paolo Di Canio and Steve Lomas are back as soon as possible, and he says: "I think Paolo had a stomach bug and we had to go out and do the job against Spurs without him, which we did well, so it was nice to win with a depleted squad as such.

"We didn't have Lomy because he tweaked a part of his body, but I don't know if I can talk about it!

"He is a great professional and he will be back as soon as he is fit.

"We all hope Paolo will be back, definitely, because the more players we have got fit the better it will be for us to get the wins, which is what it is all about."

*The reserve team fixture against Wimbledon on Sunday, April 27, kicking-off at 12pm, has been switched to Dagenham and Redbridge's Victoria Road ground after originally being scheduled to take place at Upton Park.