The midfielder was not happy with losing to Leicester City yesterday.
West Ham United went out of the Capital One Cup last night after a difficult evening in Leicester v The Foxes.
Leicester City win 2-1 after extra time, but should have wrapped things up much sooner. West Ham goalkeeper Adrian had done well to keep the Premier League rivals at bay throughout the tie and in the end Leicester deserved their win after goals from Joe Dodoo and Andy King, with Mauro Zarate striking West Ham’s goal.
For The Hammers, there appeared to be something of a hangover from their recent win against Manchester City in the Premier League.
There next fixture will come against Norwich City in the Premier League and one West Ham player has been making it clear to fans on Twitter that they will come back strong for the game.
Pedro Obiang signed for the club from Sampdoria this summer and the Spaniard has impressed in recent ties with Liverpool and City.
He took to Twitter earlier today, highlighting his desire to turn things around after the defeat.
Already preparing our next match. It's time to learn from defeat after yesterday's loss and to focus on becoming stronger day after day— Pedro Mba Obiang (@Obiang14) September 23, 2015
West Ham have earned rave reviews for their away performances in the Premier League this season but have been bested at home by the likes of AFC Bournemouth and another loss to Leicester, this time in the league.
Obiang and co will need to be in top form to get the best of The Canaries this weekend.