Boss slams Hammers display
Manager Manuel Pellegrini says it would have been "impossible" for West Ham to play worse in their defeat to Wolves on Tuesday.
The Hammers appear to have hit a rocky patch and the loss was their third in a row, including Saturday's embarrassing FA Cup exit at League One's bottom club AFC Wimbledon.
It could have been worse on Tuesday but for the excellent efforts of keeper Lukasz Fabianski but the defeat sees them slip to 11th in the table and the manager was less than pleased.
"We were looking for a reaction after we lost against Wimbledon in the cup," Pellegrini said. "We couldn't do it and we have to review all we are doing, because something we are doing is bad. No shots on target and we conceded three goals, so it is impossible to play worse."
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