Aaron Cresswell, West Ham left-back By looking at their own team should win the game in the past.
The Hammers’ draw with Genk came out with a 2-2 score in Europa League Group H on Thursday, giving the Hammers 10 points from four of their four matches.
“I think we need time to get into the game. But as we play better we bring the football game into our control,” Cresswell said.
“There are a lot of good things but I really want to win, so no, I can’t say I’m happy with this draw. But let’s consider the good things from this game.
“A little irritating. We dominated the game in the second half and we should have taken our chances with more opportunities. In the first half we just couldn’t do what we wanted.
“We did well in this group with 10 points from four games. We wanted to lead the group and finish strong. We congratulate the manager on his 1000th game in charge, it’s unbelievable. It’s something special.”