West Ham United host Manchester United on Tuesday night and Hammers captain Mark Noble is hoping his side can have a "special" performance over the Red Devils.
The match at Upton Park on Tuesday will be the final game to be played at the stadium and Noble is eager to bounce back to winning ways (after 4-1 defeat to Swansea on Saturday) before they make their move to the Olympic Stadium.
"I'm not going to dwell on it because we've been fantastic this year," Noble told whufc.com."We've had two or three games this whole season like that.
"We're still fighting and we're still in a fantastic position, so let's not forget where we've come from. We've improved massively this year.
"Let's not get too disappointed because we've got two big games to go and we obviously need to do better.
"All I'd say is that we know it's a bad result. I've played in every game this year and we've done fantastic and we need to get back to winning ways on Tuesday.
"We're itching to get back out there and put things right, of course we are. It's the last game ever at this place and it's going to be special."