West Ham captain, Scott Parker has tipped his team West Ham to beat relegation, even if he continues having to do it by himself.
Parker has been outstanding for West Ham this season and without him the club would be a lot further behind in the league than they currently are.
Parker remains Avram Grants best hope of survival, and the England international hopes to stay injury clear and lead his team to beat relegation.
“I do feel like I’m playing the best football I have played in my career,” said Parker after winning the Premier League Player of the Month for February.
“Obviously I’m a little bit older and a little bit wiser and personally things are going really well on the pitch.
“It’s not just me, it’s the team, and we’ve picked up some good results along the way, so it’s going really well.
“I certainly believe we will stay up. I’ve been saying since a long time ago that I do honestly believe we have the squad to get out of the predicament that we’re in.
“We have under-performed at times this year and that’s why we’re in the position that we’re in in the league, but if you look at our squad, we have a strong squad. We can certainly score goals and we’re looking good.
“We’ve got a few games left and we need to pick up some more points along the way.”