West Ham United are in a whole world of trouble at the moment.
Hammers hitman Andy Carroll spoke to reporters in the aftermath of his side's bitterly disappointing 4-1 home defeat to Liverpool, and insisted that the club has enough quality amongst the squad to turn around their woeful run of form, as quoted by the club's official website.
West Ham currently sit precariously in 18th position in the Premier League table, after their woeful return of just nine points from their opening 11 league games, and relegation to the Championship is beginning to look like a very real prospect indeed.
Hammers fans expected great things from their club when they moved into their new stadium at the start of the 2016/17 campaign - something that has totally failed to materialise after a whole host of underwhelming signings and poor performances from the players.
Carroll though, explained how he believes there is plenty of quality currently present at West Ham, and that they are just quite simply not clicking at the moment, as quoted by WHUFC.com:
“I think we’ve got a good enough dressing room to turn it around. Everyone knows that in the dressing room. We should be better and it’s us that are to blame, but we’ve got great quality in the dressing room. We’ve got a fantastic team. We’ve just got to turn something around. Something’s just not clicking at the minute.”
The east London outfit now face a two-week lay-off due to the international break, before they return to action away at Watford on Sunday November 19th.
And nothing less than a win will do for the Hammers.