West Ham should be higher up the table - Snodgrass

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West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini was happy to leave the John Smith's stadium with a point after his side's second half come back earned them a 1-1 draw against Huddersfield.

West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini won't take time off during the global break, just so that he can make a personal check on Andy Carroll's long-awaited comeback.

"We want to be looking further forward and up the table, that's where we need to be looking", Snodgrass told Press Association Sport.

"We will dust ourselves down and get ready for a tough game against Man City".

Being candid about both his side and West Ham, Wagner admitted "I'm not a fan of comparing seasons, but West Ham is a better side this season & we were not able to compete with them a year ago". They are always lifting us up and they know that at times it can be hard, but that we should be where we are and we're always proving people wrong.

"They never stop cheering for us or supporting us".

"But we shouldn't be shocked by that".

They were made to rue those missed chances as West Ham finally got going and improved late on with the equaliser coming from their in-form Brazilian Felipe Anderson.

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"It's up to us to regroup now".

West Ham fought out a 1-1 draw with Huddersfield on Saturday but do not play again for two weeks because of the global break.

'So, in the last four games, in three of them, I agree we are playing well and improving, but also in three of those last four games we didn't score goals, so something is missing.

The Hammers' second-half fightback denied Huddersfield the back-to-back league wins they craved, but goalkeeper Jonas Lossl focused on the positives.

Huddersfield had waited 659 minutes for a first home goal before Monday night's 1-0 defeat of Fulham, but could have been 3-0 up in the first 15 minutes against the Hammers.

"Four points out of these two games is OK". "We were very good in the first-half, hit the post and the bar again and I believe we should have had a penalty." .

Cresswell feels that December's fixtures give West Ham the ideal opportunity to go on a winning run which would set them up nicely for the new year. West Ham had their chances as well, we probably had a few more, so maybe if anybody should have won it should have been us.

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