After handing Liverpool their first loss of the season, David Moyes’ high flying West Ham will return to Premier League action at the weekend at Bruno Lage’s Wolves at the weekend.


The Hammers have strung together a superb away record this season, going unbeaten in the road across all competitions and will be determined to extend their streak with a win at Molineux.



West Ham starlet Johnson is looking forward to the Midlands trip but admitted it is going to be tough game, especially with an immense home crowd backing Wolves.


However, Johnson insists that he and his team-mates thrive on playing in hostile conditions, a far cry from when they were seen as underdogs in away games.



“It’s going to be a tough game – the atmosphere at Molineux is immense, but we love away days”, Johnson was quoted as saying by West Ham’s official site.


“We thrive on experiencing other atmospheres – we used to be seen as underdogs, but now you can hear the groans from the opposition fans when we go forward.



“Life’s changed for everyone in this place and it’s a great place to be.”


West Ham are currently third in the league standings and a win on Saturday would help them get one step closer to their ambitions of securing a top four finish in the league this season.