Curbs concetrating on Bolton challenge

After overseeing some exuberant football on the training pitches today, Alan Curbishley is confident his side are fully-charged for tomorrow's crucial game against Bolton Wanderers.

"We'll have basically the same squad as last week and we're obviously looking forward to carrying on what we've been doing," he said. "We've just been concentrating on our game.

"The training session we had today was full on. We had to cut it short because it was a bit lively and one or two of the lads picked up knocks. It was a high tempo session."

Curbs is focused and well aware of the task in hand for the final two games of the Hammers season. "We know we've got to take the majority of the points in the next two games," he said. "We just have to concentrate on our football. Our main objective has been to drag other teams into it and we've done that by winning our games.

"There are still lots of twists and turns to come, as I've already said. After last weekend's results there are a few more clubs involved. The only thing going against us is that we're relying on other people. But we went to Wigan in the same position, we had to get the job done and we did.

"We had a dreadful run of ten games earlier in the season but for me the Spurs game was a turning point. Even though we lost, I took a lot of positives from that performance. We've steadily turned it around a bit but we still have to win the majority of our games."