West Ham midfielder Mark Noble says his side must go into every game looking to win, insisting a point is not a good enough result.
The 24-year-old scored his first goal of the season in the Hammers' 4-3 victory over Portsmouth last weekend, recording their first home win since beating Stoke in March.
And ahead of the trip to local rivals Milwall on Saturday, Noble believes the Hammers have what is needed to take three points.
Noble told the club's official website: "With the players that we've got, we can go to any place and win. There is no other aim.
"We aren't going anywhere thinking a point is good enough, because a point isn't good enough for us. We want to win every game and that's what we're hoping to do.
"When you win games, everyone is happy, training is happier and the ground is happier and everything is a little bit better.
"If we can get on a roll and win, win, win then everything gets a bit easier."