“We came here wanting to win but were off the pace in the first half and West Ham were the better team, which was disappointing for us – but the positive is we came out with a point and earlier in the season we might have gone for it and ended up losing the game," Coleman told evertontv.
“We have a home game next and if we get three points from that match we keep climbing.
“It will be a great point [from West Ham] if we can get all three on Tuesday.
“Confidence is high at the minute. The manager has been great. He carries the personality of a manager who has been so successful in the game
“But you can see the human side to him, as well.
“As a person he has been different class.
“We should be very excited to have a manager like this in charge.
“Players, supporters, we all back this – even if we have some sticky spells, we back it because he is a proven winner and that is what this club needs."