Randolph - We'll bounce back

Darren Randolph says the Hammers will feed off the emotion of Tuesday’s Farewell Boleyn match against Manchester United to help them bounce back from the weekend defeat to Swansea City.

The Hammers’ 15-match unbeaten home run was brought to an end by the Swans, who took their chances and punished the Hammers in their penultimate game in E13.
But Randolph is sure Slaven Bilic’s men are more than capable of getting back on track and ending on a high against the Red Devils.
“It will be an emotional night for sure,” he said. “This is one of the special grounds. A lot of people have been coming here for many years and have a lot of memories, so yes, it will be emotional.
“But it won’t be a distraction to us, no way. We know what is at stake and we will be doing everything we can to get a result against Man United.
“It’s good that we’ve gone another game quickly, it is not all doom and gloom, we have had a great season and we still have two games left and things are still in our hands.
“Everybody feels disappointed after this game, but we have had a great season and played some great football.”