West Ham boss David Moyes insists there's no reason to dwell on defeat at Newcastle.
Moyes is adamant the result was a blip.
"I thought we dominated the game in the first half as well as the second and it was only our own doing that cost us," he said.
"I thought we had the ball and most of the play but we just couldn't just find a killer pass or a clever bit of play in the early part of the game to get ourselves in front.
"But I couldn't fault the players for what they're doing because they've been doing brilliantly.
"We go again. I'm not going to make a big deal about it, like I said.
"We know we've lost a game we'd like to have won, but we're also just off a really good win over Leicester and a really good win at Wolves, so we'll move on.
"We've got some big games to come up and we want to take them full on and give the same effort and commitment."