West Ham United Women’s manager Paul Konchesky encourages Hammers supporters to come and watch his side in their final three Barclays Women’s Super League (WSL) home fixtures of the season.

We’ve had a tough run of results recently and we’re looking to turn that around against Liverpool this weekend before we head into the international break.

We went up to Old Trafford last weekend and for 55 minutes I thought we were superb.

United are at the top of the table for a reason, so to be able to match them for that amount of time was really pleasing.

Unfortunately, we made some mistakes, and once you do that at a place like Old Trafford with nearly 30,000 fans behind them, it’s very difficult to get back into the game.

I didn’t think 4-0 was a deserving scoreline but they were clinical and that’s something we need to work on heading into this week.

I’m hoping that our players will have learnt from the experience – a lot of them haven’t played in front of such a large crowd before, so that was a first for them.

On a positive note, Kate Longhurst has now equalled the WSL appearance record. For somebody to play 177 matches in a top league like the WSL is brilliant, and it’s even better that she’s been able to equal the record with the club that she supports.

She’s been a top player for this club and it’s a massive achievement for her. We’re all delighted for her.

This will be the fourth time we’ve faced Liverpool this season so we know what they’re about and what they can do if we switch off.

I’m expecting a really competitive game. They’re a point behind us in the table so it’s important for us to try and increase that gap this weekend.

It’s never nice when you go a couple of matches without picking up a win but I know from my own experiences as a player that the crowd can play a crucial role in helping us to return to form.

All of my players and staff are striving for the same thing - to finish the season as strongly as we can.

We have two other massive home matches coming up in the WSL between now and the end of the campaign.

We will be taking on Chelsea on April 30, before Tottenham Hotspur come to Dagenham for our final game of the season on May 27.

You can get your tickets for all of our remaining home fixtures - available from just £13 for Adults and £5 for Juniors. As always, thank you for your support!

Come on you Irons!

Paul Konchesky