"West Ham could have been even worse off had Manchester United not recovered to beat Crystal Palace on Monday".
"They need to target this one, along with games against Southampton, Stoke City and Everton as winnable".
West Ham look like they are not interested and that is not how games are won in the Premier League.
Burnley (10-10-9) find themselves with a much different goal, sitting seventh place on 40 points and aiming for a top-half finish.
David Moyes has welcomed the decision by West Ham fans not to stage a protest march ahead of Saturday's crucial clash with Burnley. "With it being so tight at the bottom, losing is not an option for West Ham".
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The Hammers (7-9-13) have just one win - against Watford on February 10 - over their last seven games in all competitions and look to avoid a third consecutive defeat. This is not a good atmosphere for a club to have as they enter a game.
Icelandic winger Gudmundsson has been one of the stand-out Burnley players this season, scoring twice and setting up six goals as well as many more chances with his excellent delivery from the left. Lately most of mine have been on with regard to injuries. The team has played well too, so it has all come together. "I hope the Hammers can win this one for him".
"I have a message to say that it is great for the players and the management that they are not marching", he said.
While Gudmundsson is fully focused on helping Burnley, he has the huge carrot of a first World Cup finals this summer after Iceland built on their stunning European Championship performance by qualifying for Russian Federation.