Cresswell - We don't need any motivation

West Ham United defender Aaron Cresswell insists the players will not need any motivation playing against Manchester United on Saturday and hopes they can record another memorable away victory at Old Trafford.

The Hammers have already showed they can compete against the big teams on their travels this season recording famous wins over Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City.

After going four league games without a win, Cresswell knows the importance of seeing his side get back on the winning trail and sees no reason why they cannot record all three points at the weekend.

Cresswell said: “We don't need any motivation playing at Old Trafford. They are a fantastic team and are third in the league.

“We need to go there and try and get something out of the game.”

Despite taking the lead against West Brom with a superb free-kick from Mauro Zarate and producing one of their best first half displays this season, the Hammers had to settle for a point after Rickie Lambert scored early in the second half.

Cresswell reveals the players were disappointed they could not secure all three points but says it could have been a lot different had Adrian not produced a wonder save in the second half to keep out a powerful header from Salomon Rondon.

Cresswell added: “Adrian is a fantastic keeper and as everyone knows he has pulled off some unbelievable saves.

“He had no right getting to that ball but he has saved us a point there. But we are still disappointed that we could not come away with all three points.

“It was a game of two halves. The first half was probably one of our best performances at home.

“They scored early in the second half and that took the wind out of us. They got a bit of luck with the ball hitting Reidy's hand and we couldn't get the goal that we needed.

“We kicked on but we could not get the rub of the green to find a second goal.”