West Ham striker Diego Tristan admits he does not where his future lies with the club.

The 32-year old has been out of favour with Gianfranco Zola but just wants to be given a chance to show his goal scoring capabilities.

"Scoring goals is very important for a striker, it gives us confidence. But to make it I need to play 90 minutes of a game because I need rhythm," the former Deportivo la Coruna star told Marca.

"I must be prepared for every game because the team could need me and I'm hopeful I'll be able to give a hand by scoring goals.

"I'm aware of the fact that Carlton Cole and Craig Bellamy are playing very well, but I want to be given a chance and I hope it'll arrive sooner rather than later."