West Ham manager Slaven Bilic has admitted that he is aware that more speculation surrounding his future will emerge after his side fell to yet another defeat as they lost 2-1 against Hull City on Saturday.
“The only way you can stop the speculation is if you win games or get a point or climb up the table,” Bilic insisted, “After four defeats of course I can expect even more speculation, but as I said I wasn’t worried before and I’m not worried now.”
Andy Carroll put the Hammers ahead at the KCOM stadium but Andrew Robertson equalized for the Tigers. Late into the game, Andrea Ranocchia scored his first goal for Hull to seal the win for the Tigers and give Marco Silva’s team hope as they aim to avoid relegation.
The Hammers are now six points above the relegation zone with six games remaining. Should they continue losing in the upcoming League games, relegation could become a real possibility.