Jarrod Bowen says West Ham United will bounce back from a disappointing Premier League defeat during a busy week.

The Hammers slumped to a 4-1 loss at Aston Villa on Sunday, with Bowen netting his 100th career goal for a league club six years on from his first - for Hull City - at the same ground.

But they take on Olympiakos in the Europa League on Thursday (5.45pm), then host Everton on Sunday (1pm) and Arsenal - in the Carabao Cup - on Wednesday (November 1, 7.30pm).

And Bowen says they are determined to put last weekend's bad result behind them.

"It's done now - it was an awful day from all of us and something you don't want to be on the back of," he told whufc.com.

"The good thing is there are a lot of games coming up for us. We go to Greece in midweek, before we go back to the Premier League. We have a lot of games to put it right."

Douglas Luiz put Villa ahead with a shot from the edge of the box on the half-hour mark, then doubled the lead from the spot early in the second half when Edson Alvarez brought down Ezri Konsa as he pounced on a loose pass from Lucas Paqueta.

Bowen's sixth goal of the season halved the deficit moments later, but Ollie Watkins and Leon Bailey added further goals for the hosts in the final quarter of an hour.

And Bowen admitted there was a great deal of frustration in the visiting camp.

"There were a few mistakes from us and at this level, against a side like this, they will punish you," he added.

"We shot ourselves in the foot a bit and there were other aspects of the game we could've been better on too.

"You go into every game wanting to win, but when you come off a result like Sunday's the main thing is to put it right in the next game.

"That's what we'll be working towards for Thursday."

David Moyes' men will be seeking a third successive win in Europe this season, having already beaten Backa Topola (3-1) and SC Freiburg (2-1).

And Bowen, having famously netted their late winner in the Europa Conference League final last season, cannot wait. 

"Ever since I've been here, the fans and away support, you can never question their loyalty and passion for this club," he said.

"That's what makes it so special to play for this club. We're all in this together, through the great times and the bad times.

"Sunday was one of those bad times and we as players take it on the chin.

"Fans are going to be disappointed and we share that disappointment, but the main thing is now we rally on, put in positive performances and get results."