Published: Fri, April 21, 2017
Sports | By Brett Lawson

'Realistic' Bilic makes key admission on West Ham dogfight

'Realistic' Bilic makes key admission on West Ham dogfight

Substitute Olivier Giroud closed off the game with a fine curling finish around Randolph, to make the score 3-0. But they deserved to win.

Wenger is still yet to announce whether he will sign a new contract to remain as manager or leave at the end of the season. He has really been focused in training in last few weeks.

And, despite a convincing victory against West Ham, celebrations were once again a talking point.

He said: "When you get a certain amount of points as they did six or seven games ago, you sit and relax and think "we are safe", but actually teams down there go on great runs". It is coming into motion. Thus, in this game we can expect goals.

Walcott said: "We haven't been defending well as a whole unit, not keeping clean sheets".

West Ham, who suffered a fifth straight loss, are 15th with 33 from 31 and are just five points above third-bottom Swansea City, whom they host on Saturday, and the drop zone.

Wenger praised the performance of Ozil after the game as the Germany worldwide hit his 10th of the season and laid on Walcott's goal.

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Arsene Wenger has revealed that Arsenal's Champions League failure this season had a hugely negative effect on Mesut Ozil.

Walcott stated that Ozil is returning to form and that the goal will help his confidence.

"Of course I am part of the club as well but I have never questioned the mentality of the team - but when you go through a hard period the confidence goes quickly and comes back slowly".

Goals always breed confidence in players but Mesut is a fantastic player.

Spurs eventually turned it around and left the Liberty Stadium with all three points, ensuring that the Hammers still have some breathing space between themselves and Saturday's opponents.

He said: 'We have to believe, big belief and we're never going to lose the belief.

"There are going to be lots of results and ups and downs and it is going to change I'm pretty sure loads of times, it is exciting for you guys but not for much for us, we want to go out there and perform well". "It is my job to take those defeats on my chest and to prepare the team for our game against Swansea". And make no mistake, I am not expecting the attractive game on Saturday.

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