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Cameron's Rallying Call

Geoff Cameron

GEOFF CAMERON is urging supporters to be loud and proud when Stoke City go head-to-head with West Ham United.

The Potters welcome the Hammers to the bet365 Stadium on Saturday aiming to recover from successive away day defeats.

City bounced back from the heavy defeat at Tottenham by producing a valiant display against Burnley that looked worthy of at least a point before Ashley Barnes struck a cruel and decisive blow just one minute from time.

Cameron made his first start at Turf Moor following a spell out with concussion and knows the pressure is on but insists the squad are ready to fight for three points this weekend.

“The West Ham game is huge for us, but we are going into the game in a good frame of mind and positive of picking up the right result,” the American international told #pottersmag.

“If we can turn up, work hard and grind away just like we did at Burnley then we will be ok – things will turn for us soon.

“Tuesday’s performance was the first step towards doing that even though the result was hugely disappointing for us and we have another game straight away where we have to get three points from.

“All I ask is that the supporters stick by us this weekend, because we will need it. We want them to be loud and to really help us over the line."

“We know that they are disappointed and on the edge, and we understand why because on some occasions we’ve let ourselves down a little bit.

“But believe me, we are doing everything we can to turn things around, we are working hard and we believe we will be back on track sooner rather than later.

“We have got to have faith, and we know that the pressure is really on us at the moment, but we know we have to improve and we will do that.”