By Press Association Sport Staff
Published: 16:31 GMT, 3 December 2019 | Updated: 16:31 GMT, 3 December 2019
Manuel Pellegrini has promised to keep showing the courage of his convictions while in charge at West Ham.
The Hammers boss has come under increasing pressure this season before last week's surprise win at Chelsea offered some respite.
Pellegrini's side travel to Wolves on Wednesday night after snapping their seven-game winless Premier League run and the 66-year-old stressed the importance of sticking to your beliefs in the face of adversity.
Manuel Pellegrini eased some of the pressure on him after West Ham beat Chelsea on Saturday
'Maybe the pressure of the media wanted me to change everything, but you must be clear about what happened (at Stamford Bridge),' he told a press conference .
'We came from a bad moment, eight games (in all competitions) we couldn't win. We knew before the game that Chelsea was a tough game.
'They are a top team with good players and a good manager, but I think that the