Manuel Lanzini says he is confident West Ham will turn things around and avoid relegation from the Premier League
The Hammers were beaten 4-1 by Swansea on Saturday, a result that leaves them in danger just three points above the Premier League relegation zone.
Lanzini, who recently returned from a hamstring injury, says the West Ham players are working hard to rectify the situation but must win all their remaining games to stay up.
Speaking exclusively to Sky Sports, the Argentina international said: "I'm really looking forward to changing the situation we're in.
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"It always takes time to come back from an injury but I'm doing my best to get back to 100 per cent now.
"The team didn't perform as well as they could and it is never nice to lose in a match, we're sad when we lose a match but we are really trying to turn things around and we believe we can."
West Ham face Burnley on Saturday, and have a three-week break before returning to face Southampton on March 31 at the London Stadium.
He said: "It's great to be at home playing at our ground where we get great support and we'll work really, really hard to give our supporters something to cheer about.
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"We need to win all of our games and we need to look forward and be positive.
"Every game is important to us and we're not really looking any further than this game [against Burnley].
"We've worked really hard this week and whatever happens after that we'll have to see then.
"I have full confidence we are going to be able to do that. We have a great group of players, a great team and good people too and we believe we can do that.
"I think we'll stay up. That's all I am focusing on at the moment and I believe we will stay up. What happens in my personal future is something else but it's not something I'm thinking of."