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O´Brien hails West Ham home form

1 May 2013 15:32

Defender Joey O'Brien is keen for West Ham to continue their impressive home form as the Premier League reaches its climax.

Only Arsenal, Liverpool, Everton and Tottenham have posted league wins at Upton Park this season, with Sam Allardyce's side having earned 29 of their 42 points at home.

And O'Brien hopes to see that run extended when Newcastle United travel to London on Saturday afternoon.

"We've been good at home this season, in fact I think we've only lost four games at the Boleyn and we would like to keep that record going until the end of the season," he told the club's official website.

"The fans have been great at home so hopefully we can give them something to sing about on Saturday when we take on Newcastle."

The Irishman also lamented West Ham's failure to get anything from their clash with Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium last weekend.

"We were disappointed to lose the game at Manchester City and end our five-game unbeaten run," he added.

"Although in the first half we didn't really perform, we gave it a right good go in the second. In the end we maybe could have nicked it.

"Their second goal from Toure was unbelievable and kind of killed us a little bit. We got a goal right at the end of the game but it wasn't enough.

"The game opened up in the second half and I thought we were the better team. We had a few chances and I thought Matt Jarvis was smashing. He gave Zabaleta a horrible time - he doesn't get many of them in a season.

"It's a shame Andy (Carroll's) goal didn't come a little bit sooner. He had a few half chances and James Collins had a half chance when it was 1-0, so that could have made it interesting should it have gone in."

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