Andy Carroll believes West Ham have enough quality and confidence in their ranks to drag themselves out of a relegation dogfight and avoid the drop to the Championship this season.
The England international smashed two past West Brom on Tuesday night to come from behind and earn his side a vital three points at the London Stadium.
David Moyes's side have more than doubled their points tally in the last month to push themselves up from 19th to 16th in the Premier League table.
Andy Carroll has insisted West Ham will avoid the drop after vital 2-1 victory over West Brom
The England international scored twice, including a vital injury-time winner, on Tuesday
And in the wake of the win over the Baggies, Carroll hopes the their run of good form can continue to help them pull away from the bottom of the league.
'I think we know the quality in our dressing room and we’re confident that we will not be going down,' the striker said.
'We’ll be getting out of it. At the minute it is tough down there but we’ve still got the quality and the confidence in all the lads, coming in every day. We are on a decent run at the minute, so hopefully it continues.'
David Moyes's side have now doubled their league points tally for the season in the last month
Carroll believes there is a quality and confidence in the squad to pull away from the pack