Zola keeps the faith with his Hammers

BOSS Gianfranco Zola insisted he wasn&rsquo;t concerned about his side&rsquo;s lowly league position after the Hammers slipped to another defeat.<br /><br />Goals in each half from Louis Saha and Dan Gosling subjected Zola&rsquo;s men to a third home loss of the season despite a Tony Hibbert own goal setting up a rousing finale.<br /><br />With Hull beating Stoke, it now means the Hammers are back in the Premier League relegation zone, but the Italian boss remains confident his side can turn things around. <br /><br />&ldquo;I am not worried because I think we can certainly improve the situation,&rdquo; Zola said. &ldquo;We are going to fight until the end and we will find the solutions and we will find them as quickly as possible. I am confident and I trust the players. We are determined to make things different, and that is what matters.&rdquo;<br /><br />Zola, however, was at a loss as to how his side, clearly missing injured striker Carlton Cole, could lose a game in which they dominated long periods. &ldquo;We have to find out straight away what is not working well, because it is not doing us any favours,&rdquo;he added.<br /><br />The Hammers started the stronger but it was Everton who took the lead against the run of play on 27 minutes when Saha fired home from Tim Cahill&rsquo;s lay-off.<br />Gosling then doubled the visitors&rsquo; lead on 62 minutes after seeing his initial shot saved by Hammers keeper Robert Green, but within a minute the home side had replied when Hibbert sliced into his own net.<br /><br />Zavon Hines missed two glorious chances to bring the hosts level but the Toffees held on for their first victory in eight games. <br />