Avram Grant wants to see the day when West Ham can be united.
The Hammers boss has presided over a season of turbulence which has seen his side fighting for Barclays Premier League survival while he has been fighting for his job.
Grant wants to consign all the in-fighting to history and take West Ham to top-flight respectability, starting with their home encounter against Birmingham.
Victory would take West Ham out of the relegation zone and dump the Blues, who last month denied the Hammers a place in the Carling Cup final, into real trouble.
Yet Grant believes West Ham must unite, in the boardroom and the dressing room, if they are to survive and he said: "I wish one day it will be more stable. I want all the people in the club to be happy.
"We are going together to the same target. I say to the owners, the players, the kit men, everybody, we have the same target and we need to be always together. As a manager I am doing everything so that this club will be in this direction."