Manager Avram Grant insists he will not walk out on rock-bottom West Ham.
The Hammers have recorded just one Premier League victory so far this season and, alongside Wolves on nine points, are already five points from Wigan who occupy the last place outside the relegation zone.
But former Chelsea and Portsmouth boss Grant is confident he can turn things around and has no plans on quitting Upton Park.
When asked if he can guide West Ham to safety, he told the Newham Record: “I don’t speak about myself, but I think what we are doing, with all due respect, is a good job.
“I think we need to continue with the way we are playing and the wins will come. I have no intention of giving up.”
He added: “I think this is a very strange situation, because with one win in 13, you could have said the football is not good and everything is not good.
“But the players have developed 70% and they are better month to month, so I don’t know what to say to you because this is a fact.”