Wednesday's 3-1 Barclays Premier League defeat at Fulham continued a disappointing run of away results, which has seen West Ham fail to take maximum points since November's victory at Newcastle United.
He told whufc.com: "We know we're in a fight, but we're not looking behind, we're looking in front and we're confident that we can still push for that top ten. We know we've got the quality in there, it's just not going for us at the moment, whether that's a referee's decision or people making a little silly mistake here or there.
"I'm really confident we can turn this around and I'm looking forward to what I feel is going to be a good end to the season and a good push. I've got a great bunch of lads in there, I'm not worried at all and we've just got to stick together - players, staff and fans. Our home form has been very good and we've got to put it right against Swansea on Saturday."