Cresswell - We thought we could win

Aaron Cresswell was disappointed to be pegged back at the death at Chelsea on Saturday
Is it a sign of how far West Ham United have come this season that they left Stamford Bridge disappointed with a point on Saturday.
Manuel Lanzini and Andy Carroll twice had the Hammers in front against last season’s champions, only for Cesc Fabregas to strike at the end of both halves to secure a 2-2 draw.
Aaron Cresswell was close to getting on the scoresheet himself when he hit the bar in the second half and he admitted to a touch of frustration at the final outcome.
He explained: “We’re very disappointed with the circumstances in which we drew the game. It was the same when we played Man Utd last week, we went to Old Trafford and we were disappointed to come away with a draw.
“I thought we fully deserved to win. I don’t know whether it was a penalty or not, but it’s another draw and another point on the board.”
West Ham made a lightning start to the game, harrying their hosts from the off and moving in front thanks to Lanzini’s stunner and Cresswell had praise for both goalscorers.
He added: “A couple of  months ago we had a few games where we started slowly, but that’s not been the case in the last few weeks.
“Manu came up with a great goal today, then big Andy came on and got the second goal for us.
“You won’t have the full 90 minutes against Chelsea, and Andy came on and changed the game for us to put us on the front foot, and we just couldn’t hang on for the three points."