Danny Ings has admitted that its been a difficult time for him of late at West Ham, although hopes that things are set to improve.

The Hammers forward, who we signed from Aston Villa just over a year ago, has struggled to find his rhythm since his arrival – having only scored 3 goals in that time, which is a far cry from what Danny Ings is associated with.

Although there is still lingering doubts over his long term future, even a move this transfer window a possibility, the former Liverpool front man hopes the tide is turning for him after what has been a tough spell in his career.

“It’s been a difficult period for me recently, and sometimes it just feels like things aren’t falling your way,” Ings told the clubs Official Website.

“But it’s the first run of back-to-back games I’ve had for a while, and I felt really good physically. I always try to help the team as much as I can, so I’m pleased to have been able to make an impact, and once one goes in, I’m sure more will follow.”

Our Hammers suffered late drama and disappointment last weekend at Sheffield United, with the game ending at 2-2 after West Ham were denied a clear penalty at the death. However, Ings wants to draw a line under the result and says West Ham will be ready for Bournemouth on Thursday next week.

“We’ve just got to move on now and take what we can back to the training ground though,” added Ings. “We’ve got a bit of a gap until our next game back at home, and we’ll all be ready to go again against Bournemouth.”