Hammers boss Slaven Bilic reckons the Irons are set for a period of evolution.
Weekend visitors Liverpool – despite losing five games to our four so far this season – are still seen as more likely to be top-four finishers
The visitors are even seen as having a Title chance and the Upton Park boss wants the Hammers to be considered in the same way.
And boss Bilic, unbeaten in his last six games, wants that all to change in 2016 wants us to be though of in the same way saying: “It’s all very psychological, because it is Liverpool. They have been used to being in a title race.
“Some people would give more chance to Man United or Liverpool than Leicester, without any logical reasons about what is happening on the pitch, as Leicester is much better at the moment.
“That is normal. That is the mentality. That is the structure of our club and that takes time to change.
“To become a big club, you need years of that, what Liverpool have – tradition, history, everything.
“We are not talking about the title. We are talking about moving forward.”