"I was disappointed not to have scored with chances flying about left, right, and centre," he admits.
"I think the gaffer understands that all I want to do is score goals and I was disappointed the number 25 came up it was one of those days and I felt if I had another chance I would stick it away.
"We should have made it a few more, to be honest."
Bobby insists also that consistency will be West Ham's watchword in the final run-in and adds:
"We are a good, solid side; Manchester United can lose games and they are not Jekyll and Hyde, are they?
"There are plenty of games to go and until it is mathematically possible keep we will keep going."
As for Millwall on Sunday, he adds:
"I am looking forward to it; they have got a reputation, it is a hyped up one, and it is one of the biggest games I have played in."