Seb's A Supporter

Last season's player of the year, Sebastien Schemmel, is hoping the Hammers can win against Chelsea, even though he is not even involved in the squad.

"I hope we win the last two games; it is possible to do so, and this is the most important game for West Ham in 10 years," he says.

"I am not sure I will be in the stadium on Saturday because it is very difficult to watch your partners play but I want West Ham to win."

It is, perhaps, hard to remember that West Ham and Chelsea finished last season just one place apart, with Chelsea coming sixth with the Hammers finishing seventh.

Seb's compatriot Eduoard Cisse, who is involved in the squad, adds:

"We were all disappointed at Bolton but against Middlesbrough and at Manchester City we won, which was really important.

"We are really proud after the two wins, and before the Middlesbrough game Glenn said to us to be men, and to fight for our lives.

"We showed that to the gaffer and the supporters that we were men - and we have to keep on."