West Ham United's Adrian makes Twitter pledge ahead of Europa League second leg

West Ham's Adrian celebrates their first goal

Adrian was one of few Hammers players to emerge from the first leg with any credit.

NK Domzale's Gaber Dobrovoljc in action with West Ham's Andy Carroll and Adrian

West Ham United goalkeeper Adrian has pledged his team will 'work harder' in next week's Europa League third qualifying round second leg.

The Spaniard was one of few Hammers players to come out of Thursday's 2-1 defeat to NK Domzale with any credit, after pulling off a superb double save late on in Slovenia.

Matec Crnic's double, either side of a Mark Noble penalty, was enough to hand the minnows an aggregate lead heading into the second leg, which will be West Ham's first at the Olympic Stadium.

West Ham's Mark Noble scores their first goal with a penalty

And Adrian has assured supporters, who look set to sell out the fixture, that he and his teammates will put on a show as they look to progress to the play-off round.

"We will work harder to come back next thursday in our stadium and fans," the 29-year-old posted on Twitter.

Hammers boss Slaven Bilic was forced to field a makeshift side in Domzale, with his back line particularly afflicted.

Winger Michail Antionio struggled at right-back, while Sam Byram was shunted into an unfamiliar left-back role, with midfielder Havard Nordtveit dropping to the heart of defence.

Domzale's Alvaro Brachi and West Ham's Michail Antonio in action

And they are likely to be patched up again in Stratford, with no new signings able to be registered until after the round is over.

	West Ham's co owner David Gold poses outside the construction of the Olympic Stadium.  West Ham have proposed to take over the Olympic Stadium after the 2012 London Olympics

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