Vladimir Coufal is ready to draw a line under our semi final heartache in the Europa League and go all-out to achieve European football again next season.

West Ham today head to Carrow Road to face a relegated Norwich City side, however the Czech has warned the hosts will be going for the 3 points despite already dropping to the Championship.

“I don’t like the phrase ‘playing for nothing’,” said Coufal. “This is still a Premier League game and Norwich are playing for a league position, the prize money that comes with that, and the fans too. Norwich may already be relegated but we had a big game on Thursday.

“We will go to Norwich and try to get three points and try to get closer to European football again next year. We all want that.”

The Czech international also emphasised the togetherness that exists within the squad and has said this is a key reason for the clubs success in recent seasons.

“We’ve got a really good group of guys here and there’s also the staff, who look after us. It’s perfect. It’s like an extended family.

“It’s very good and it can be one of the reasons that we are successful; because we are all together.”