Bridge insists he will get better for West Ham

Manchester City fullback Wayne Bridge says he'll be better for West Ham United's defeat at Arsenal.

Manchester City fullback Wayne Bridge says he'll be better for West Ham United's defeat at Arsenal.

The loan signing suffered a terrible debut as he was run ragged by Arsenal's Theo Walcott in Saturday's 3-0 defeat.

The 30-year-old is determined to put the performance behind him and help West Ham out of the relegation zone.

"It was a difficult game for me," Bridge told West Ham's website.

"Theo is really quick and that was my first 90 minutes for a while. I've not played too many games this season, so I had a little bit of cramp at the end, but I didn't feel too bad for the first 60.

"I'll just improve next week. Things can only get better.

"One thing I don't want to see is West Ham go down."

 
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