Make sure you don't miss out on West Ham United's official matchday programme for our Premiership clash against Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday.
Midfield playmaker Yossi Benayoun talks about how the team are going into this game still with the belief they can turn things around.
He says: "We have plenty of games, including this one, where we can pick up points and we are determined to do so. It was very disappointing not to have picked up points at home to Watford and then at Charlton.
"We need to play well as a team because that's the only way we will win games. We have got some good players here and if we can stay strong as a unit, then we can get some results."
We also hear from former Hammer and Spurs star Clive Allen, who confesses he will have slightly split loyalties over today's game.
Clive talks about his playing days at both clubs and the Allen family connection between Upton Park and White Hart Lane, as well as reminicising about his goals and team-mates.
We also have a chat with club doctor Ges Steinbergs who gives us a few amusing stories from his 16 years at Upton Park.
Which player has had the most stitches? What is the worst injury Ges has ever seen? And how have treatments and equipment changed for medical staff as the game has progressed over the years?
There is a look at previous clashes between West Ham and Tottenham. We have Alan Curbishley's thoughts ahead of the big derby, our regular columnist Jimmy Walker gives all the gossip from the dressing room and Frank McAvennie answers some questions in our Q and A.
There is, as usual, the quiz and up-to-the-minute news on everything claret and blue plus a round-up of our youth and reserve sides.
To read all of this, be sure to grab your copy of the matchday programme, on sale around the stadium, priced £3.50.
Remember, you can also have the matchday programme delivered to your door, by taking out a season-long subscription. For more information, call the subscription hotline on 020 8586 8016.