Danny Gabbidon has had a major dig at West Ham players!
The 39-year-old played for the Hammers between 2005 and 2011.
And he claims that the players don’t care enough at the London Stadium, with recent form taking a major slide.
The Irons have lost to Bournemouth, Wimbledon and Wolves in all competitions since the 1-0 win over Arsenal.
And Gabbidon told Love Sport Radio: “West Ham fans demand 100 per cent from their players and at times it has looked like players haven’t been putting in a shift and haven’t really been interested.
“I think that has been a problem for probably the last three or four seasons, previous managers have had troubles with motivating players and getting players performing on a consistent basis.
“There can be no complaints on the amount of money that has spent in the summer, the owners have really tried to back the new manager and there have been some good signings.
“So I am sure Pellegrini is learning a lot about his players in this period, and he is probably going to need another couple of windows.”
The Irons will look to get back on track on Monday when they take on title-chasing Liverpool.
After that, Pellegrini’s men will face Crystal Palace and Fulham in back-to-back London derbies.