Last Updated: Thu, 16 May 2013 12:49
West Ham midfielder Jack Collison insists the squad is eager to finish the campaign on a high with victory against relegated Reading.
Sam Allardyce's side lost 2-0 away to Everton last Sunday, and the 24-year-old believes that they must give the fans something to be proud of in their final game of the term.
Victory over Nigel Adkins' side on Sunday will guarantee the Hammers a top-half finish in their first season back in the top-flight.
The Wales international also revealed he is excited for next year and feels that the club has responded well to relegation two years ago.
Collison said: "We're really looking forward to the Reading game, back at home, in front of our fans and hopefully we'll have reasons to celebrate. It has been a magnificent season for us. Safety was the main aim and we'll look to finish as high as possible and put on a real show for our fans.
"Reading have been our bogey team over the last two seasons and obviously we're going to try to send out a statement and score as many goals as we can."
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