West Ham forward Jarrod Bowen says he and his teammates want to put right their defeat against Aston Villa with another good result in Europe.

The Hammers were beaten 4-1 at Villa Park on Sunday, with Bowen's second-half strike to make it 2-1 unable to inspire a comeback from David Moyes' side as they lost for just the third time in the Premier League this season.

They now have the chance to get back to winning ways quickly with a trip to Greece in the Europa League on Thursday night to take on Olympiacos at the Karaiskakis Stadium.

West Ham have two wins from their two Group A matches so far this season and regularly managed to use Europe last season as a way to bounce back from poor domestic results.

"When you lose a game, the next game you want to win, of course," Bowen told West Ham's official website this week. "You go into every game wanting to win, but when you come off a result like Sunday’s the main thing is to put it right in the next game. That’s what we’ll be working towards for Thursday."

On the Villa result, Bowen added: "It’s done now – obviously, it was an awful day from all of us and it’s something you don’t want to be on the back of, especially conceding four goals.

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"It’s really disappointing and like I said a poor performance from us. It’s done now, the good thing is that there are a lot of games coming up for us, so we could have Sunday night to be down about it but Monday brought a new week. We go to Greece in midweek before we go back to the Premier League, and like I said we have a lot of games to put it right.

After taking on Olympiacos, West Ham have a run of four games out of five that will be played at the London Stadium where they've suffered only one defeat all season against Premier League champions Manchester City.

The Hammers welcome Everton to east London first on Sunday before taking on Arsenal in the Carabao Cup round-of-16 on Wednesday, November 1 at home. A trip to Brentford is then followed by two more games at home, first against Olympiacos and then back in the league against Nottingham Forest.

Bowen knows a good run of results in those games could be a huge boost to West Ham's season, especially when the club having the backing of 60,000 ardent supporters.

"Ever since I’ve been here, the fans and the away support, you can never question their loyalty and passion for this club – and that’s what makes it so special to play for this club," added the No 20.

"There are a lot of games coming up – away days, home games and we’re all in this together through the great times and the bad times. Sunday was one of those bad times and we as players take it on the chin. Of course, the fans are going to be disappointed and we share that disappointment, but the main thing is now we rally on, put in positive performances and get results.