Randolph - We are ready to battle for every point

Darren Randolph insists his team-mates are ready to battle for every point and hopes their season will turn around following a big win over Burnley on Wednesday night.

The Hammers keeper knew the importance of helping his side get back on the winning trail at London Stadium following six games without a victory.

The performance might not have been the most entertaining this season, but Randolph says the players came together to produce a battling display and show they have the character to move away from the foot of the table.

The Republic of Ireland international played his part in helping to keep a vital clean sheet and now hopes they can record another big victory when they face Hull on Saturday.

Randolph said: “The morale is good in the dressing room. There is happiness and relief that we managed to get a victory and we are moving further up the table.

“We have shown in patches this season how well we can play and we just need to do it for the whole game.

“We showed against Liverpool the character we have in the team and it was important to get a win against Burnley.

“We have been waiting for a while for a result at London Stadium. We have not played amazing football but right now we just need points and the rest will follow.”

The Hammers are set to face another tough encounter when they face a Hull team who are also fighting to move out of the bottom three.

But Randolph says it could be the perfect week if they manage to follow up the last two performances against Liverpool and Burnley with another three points.

Randolph added: “I was not concerned what the scoreline was going to be, we just wanted to get the three points on the board.

“They made it difficult for us and came to frustrate us. We managed to get the goal and thankfully we were able to hold onto it.

“I hope it will not be the same on Saturday and it will be more comfortable for us.

“It is good that the other results have gone our way and it would be great if that happens again at the weekend and we can get another victory to help us move towards the top half of the table.”