Gianfranco Zola hopes West Ham are not punished by the Football Association after ugly scenes marred their Carling Cup clash with Millwall last month.
One man was stabbed as fans clashed outside Upton Park and there were three pitch invasions during the game, prompting an investigation.
The Hammers have co-operated fully with the authorities and the talented Italian manager hopes their actions help towards the overall verdict.
The FA will announce their findings next week and Zola, who is currently preparing his team to face Manchester City, hopes for a positive outcome.
"I don't know what is going to come out," Zola told Sky Sports News.
"I believe they listened to us. I believe we've done everything possible to help the FA to find the truth.
"We're waiting and we have faith in the people that are deciding.
"We'll see. As a club we've done everything possible to collaborate to find a good solution."