West Ham United defender Aaron Cresswell is determined to get back onto the winning trail when they travel to face Hull City on Saturday.
The Hammers have endured a tough run of results in recent weeks, going through five Premier League games without a win, with two draws followed by three consecutive defeats.
Cresswell has revealed that the Hammers are looking forward to the clash with the Tigers, eager to claim their first win since February 4.
“It’s not good to have a few defeats, of course, so we want to turn that around as quickly as possible,” he told the club's official website.
“We’ve had a two-week gap when we would rather have had a game the next day [after the home defeat by Leicester City on 18 March], so we’re looking forward to Hull and hopefully we’ll get three points.
“When we haven’t been picking up results, as has been the case of late, we always want a game quickly to put things right. We’ve had to wait two weeks, but now Hull is coming up on Saturday and we want to put in a performance and, first and foremost, get the win.
“We know we haven’t been good enough as of late and we want to rectify that and we’ve got a couple of games we want to get maximum points out of and close the gap on the teams above us.
“Every game is tough in the Premier League, whether it’s the start or the end of the season. Going to Hull is not going to be easy and they’ve picked up a lot of points under their new manager, who has been fantastic.”