West Ham chief Karren Brady has offered her support to manager Manuel Pellegrini.
Pellegrini was appointed the highest-paid manager in West Ham’s history this summer, and spent over £90million in recruiting new players.
Their efforts have returned a terrible run of four consecutive defeats to start the season however, and the club have already found themselves throwing support behind the Chilean.
Brady insists that “the most important thing is to stick together” as the Hammers look to establish a rare sense of stability.
“Having decided we did not want to go through another season like the last one, the Board took action,” he told SunSport.
“We appointed a manager with the most successful career we have ever had in Manuel Pelligrini and spent over £100million on players he wanted that we all thought would improve the team considerably.
“It hasn’t happened yet but I have complete faith that things will soon start to turn our way.
“The most important thing is to stick together.
“It takes time for a new team to gel, but gel they will and anyway, targeting the manager or certain players will help no-one.
“As a club, we will stand by them all, confident that they have the makings of an excellent side.
“They need the encouragement of the many people, like the supporters and the Chairmen who love this club.”