The West Ham first-team coach was positive on social media - and so was the co-owner.
Edin Terzic (@edin_terzic) March 19, 2016
West Ham United first-team coach Edin Terzic was positive on Twitter after his side's 2-2 draw at Chelsea on Saturday afternoon.
Indeed, many fans were left frustrated with a refereeing decision they didn't believe to be fair - one that earned the Blues a point thanks to a late penalty.
But Terzic turned West Ham's disappointment into a positive - suggesting it's proof the Hammers are going in the right direction.
Meanwhile, co-owner David Gold took to social media with a bold strategy to try and avoid 'big-club bias.'
A West Ham supporter who was disappointed with the penalty decision tweeted Gold and he responded suggesting the way forward is to 'become' a big club.
What's the answer? BECOME A BIG CLUB. dg https://t.co/kEVc2ZggJb— David Gold (@davidgold) March 19, 2016
@davidgold We've been robbed twice in a week DG because of referees. 'Big clubs' getting the decisions again!— Jamie Norwood (@JimboNorwood) March 19, 2016
West Ham's next three Premier League fixtures come at home to Crystal Palace and Arsenal before a trip to Leicester City.
It isn't going to be easy if the Hammers want a Champions League place, then, but they are doing all they possibly can.