West Ham star eyes fourth away win at Millwall
Hammers midfielder Matty Taylor is convinced the way West Ham are playing away from home this season should give them all three points at the New Den on Saturday.
West Ham will travel to Millwall on Saturday confident of securing their fourth victory on the road this term.
The Hammers have already won at Doncaster Rovers, Watford and Nottingham Forest this season and midfielder Matt Taylor expects West Ham to get another victory at the New Den.
“I think we will cope well there,” he said after Saturday’s 4-3 win over Portsmouth at Upton Park.
“When we play away from home we seem to play with a bit more freedom so I would expect us to play well and if we do I would expect a positive result.”
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West Ham midfielder and Hammers fan Mark Noble, who was on target from the penalty spot on Saturday, backed up those thoughts.
“With the team we’ve got and the players we’ve got, we can go to any place and win,” said the 24-year-old.
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“We have no other aim. We are not going to go anywhere thinking that a point is good enough, because it isn’t for us. We need to win every game.”
The only real problem manager Sam Allardyce has is how to fit all his players into the 16-man squad.
Guy Demel, Papa Bouba Diop and John Carew all came through a friendly with Spurs on Monday and they were not even on the bench against Pompey.
Jack Collison will come back into the reckoning after being rested on Saturday, but he will find it hard to dislodge Henri Lansbury from the team after his superb debut display.
The loan capture signed a new deal at Arsenal this week, but that will not affect his time at Upton Park.