The 59-year-old has been the target of criticism from a number of supporters after the side suffered their fourth defeat in a row last weekend.
The Hammers can recover from last Saturday's 1-0 loss to West Bromwich Albion by beating Tottenham Hotspur at Upton Park this weekend.
"In our last four games, our performances have been good, but without a result comes criticism," Allardyce said in Thursday's press conference. "It's all about results.
"I can't remember us playing as well as we did against Liverpool this season, but it was a defeat. We accept the criticism when we don't get results. The only way to stop the disappointment is to go and win a football match."
The Hammers are 14th in the Premier League table on 37 points with two games left to play.