West Ham captain Mark Noble called
"That has been our Achilles heel in recent weeks and it is costing us dearly. Against Wolves, there was little or nothing in the game until, once again, we conceded a goal from a set-play. I’ve talked about this problem so many times I’m beginning to sound like a broken record.
"I don’t mark anyone at set-plays because others do it better, but for me it’s a bit of pride. It’s a case of, 'My man, the player I’m marking, is not going to score'. I would be thinking, 'He’s going to have to either foul me or do something really spectacular to get the better of me'.
"That doesn’t seem to be the case at the minute - it’s just too easy for the opposition. Tonight, we need to set out our stall, so that any team playing us, especially at the London Stadium, will think, 'I don’t really fancy playing this lot tonight'."
West Ham's recent run of results has seen them drop to within one point of the relegation zone, with a trip to face fellow strugglers Southampton up next for