West Ham United boss Sam Allardyce is confident they'll soon start climbing the table.
Hammers co-owner David Sullivan admits there is "deep concern" over the club's position in the Premier League table, just a point above the drop zone, but has faith Allardyce remains "the man for the job".
The Irons boss, 59, remains ever pragmatic.
"My particular situation will ease and will get better as long as we get our inured players fit, and our communication between the board of directors and myself with everyone at the club is clear and precise," he said.
"I am not saying that it wouldn't happen, but we are supportive in terms of trying to do something in January to help the players and try to bring back the injured players to get the squad back to where it was at the start of the season, which even if it didn't include Andy Carroll was a very good squad."