Mark Noble believes West Ham United's home form in the last two months of the season will be crucial as they attempt to avoid relegation.
The Hammers, who are 5/4 to beat Burnley on Saturday, have won five and drawn four of their 13 home league games so far this season.
They have been poor on their travels but Noble has been boosted after learning that six of the club's nine remaining top-flight games are to be played at the London Stadium.
"They are all big games now and we just need to knuckle down and get the results we need to get ourselves out of trouble come the end of the season," said the West Ham captain.
"I don't think we will wilt because we are at home, which is a big plus for us at the minute, because we are playing well at London Stadium.
"We need to get points, it's as simple as that. Do I think we'll be fine? Yes, because I think we've got enough here and we will pick up results."
West Ham have lost three of their last four league matches and are only three points above the relegation zone.
David Moyes' side still have to play host to Southampton, Stoke City, Manchester City, Manchester United and Everton this season after the weekend clash against the Clarets.
West Ham can be backed at 12121/1 to be relegated this season and at 33/1 to secure a top-half finish.
Meanwhile, New Zealand international Winston Reid will not play again this season after suffering a serious knee injury during Saturday's 4-1 loss at Swansea City.
It is feared that Sam Byram will also miss the rest of the campaign after injuring his ankle at the Liberty Stadium.
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