Sebastien Haller says West Ham United need to use the spirit they showed late on against Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday as a positive.
The Hammers were 3-0 down to goals from Son Heung-min, Lucas Moura and Harry Kane, before Michail Antonio and Angelo Ogbonna struck inside the final 17 minutes to restore some respectability to the scoreline.
Ogbonna’s goal came in the sixth minute of stoppage time, and too late to prevent the visitors from taking the points, but Haller says his team can take heart from the way they kept going.
Next up is another London derby, away at Chelsea this Saturday, and the Frenchman knows everyone involved needs to give 100 percent to ensure the team’s form turns around.
He said: “We needed to have a reaction and we were playing at home, so of course we had to give a good reaction but unfortunately it came from too far [behind].
“We had to score three goals, and it’s not always easy to do that.
“It’s about small details, I think [our form is] something we need to fix between us, between the players and between the staff.
“The only thing we can do is stick together to find the solution and go forward.”