Defender Reece Oxford is refusing to blame the switch from the Boleyn Ground to the London Stadium for West Ham's woes.
The Hammers have endured a torrid start to the campaign and going into the international break they sit in the relegation spots in the table, with many blaming the switch in home venue.
Oxford refuses to get drawn into that way of thinking and says one win will change everyone's view and will hail a turnaround in fortunes.
"I think you can't really blame the stadium for our losses but you could say maybe we're not used to this environment, new players coming in, and just not used to being in such a good stadium as this,” he told the Independent.
"But once we get a win we'll push on. As soon as we get three points I think our confidence will go up and then we'll be back to normal. And hopefully I can be a part of that.”