In terms of tactically and in terms of personnel, Bilic has to find something to help turn around the Hammers ship, which is currently stuck in dry dock following a dismal start to the Premier League campaign.
Bilic’s side sit bottom with three defeats from three games to open up the season and face a buoyant Terriers on Monday at the London Stadium with David Wagner’s side yet to lose since their promotion to the top flight and picking up two wins to boot.
Bilic was asked at his press conference earlier on Friday about what he could do to turn things around after the poor start left him under immense pressure to improve results.
“By working hard, changing something, maybe some new ideas, try to win games,” he said.
“There is nothing better than winning to get back on the path that you want.”
The boss was also asked for his take on Huddersfield’s excellent start under Wagner – a man linked with taking Blic’s job should he get sacked in east London.
“They have started really well, didn’t concede, have seven points,” he said.
“We have seen it before with the teams promoted from the Championship, they look good and enjoying the league.
“They look fit, energetic, they do, so we have respect for them of course and we have to be on top of our form to beat them on Monday. They are a good team, a good squad and finished good last year. They have added to it a few good new players and as I sad they have started well and given a big boost. They have a positive atmosphere around them and we have to stop it.”