rewriting their wrongs
The Hammers go into the second-leg of their third-round qualifier on the back foot, with a double from Matic Crnic cancelling out Mark Noble's penalty, and giving the minnows an unexpected victory.
But Noble's effort gives Slaven Bilic's side a glimmer of hope, and Reid believes that the club is up to the task.
He told whufc.com: "It was disappointing last week. We wanted to go there and get a result" but believes "we have an opportunity to put things right, and we need to do it. We want to be in the next round."
He continued: “It’s important for the club to be in Europe because we want to grow. As players, we want to experience it and we want to progress" and "want to make sure we get the right result to proceed."
Reid concluded: “We’re ready for the task that lies ahead of us" and believes the side are "going to approach the game like we approach all games" and admitted "we didn't do well last week and we need to out a much better performance on tomorrow.”
Set to be a historic evening
Despite the pressure surrounding the game, it is still expected to be a historic evening. West Ham will open the door of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park for the first time, and having trained on the pitch for the first time on Wednesday, Reid is looking forward to the occasion.
He said: "We’ve been talking about this for a long time and it will be nice to get out there for the first game" and believes "in some ways it will be different for us, but I think we’ve got used to the idea now that we have moved" and concluded “It is our new home and I’m sure everyone’s been looking forward to it for a while now.”
West Ham United will take on NK Domzale on Thursday, August 4 with kick-off at 7:45pm BST.