Sam Allardyce admitted that West Ham were not good enough at Leicester but claims he won’y change what he calls his attacking football” policy “because we believe that’s the right way forward for us.”
Speaking after the match on Sky Sports he said: “To not get anything is bitterly disappointing based on the chances we created.
“Too many chances went begging. If we had got another and got our noses in front that might have knocked the stuffing out of Leicester, given their position.
“But because we didn’t they always had that little bit of hope and belief that they might get the winner and they did.
“It was a little bit fortunate for them but that’s what happens when you don’t take your chances, sometimes you pay the price.”
Although ninth in the table, we have now won just one of our last nine Premier League matches.
But Allardyce said: “It’s quite a shame really because that’s only the third defeat by a team below us this season, that’s how good we have been against teams below us, but today we were not good enough.
“We have scored more goals this year than we ever have in the Premier League, we are playing more attacking football and that’s what we will carry on doing.
“If it doesn’t bring us some results we are not going to change based on the basis that we think that is the right way forward for us.”