West Ham Board Make January Transfer Promise to New Boss David Moyes

Aubrey Yates
November 18, 2017

The Hammers splashed out a whopping £24million to bring the Austrian worldwide to the capital from Stoke in the summer. "I've said that yes, the club can change manager but somewhere along the line, I hope the players here at West Ham can stand up and say: "We need to do better". I don't know any manager who doesn't want players like that. "I can only go on what people have told me and they didn't think he has come up to the standard he set at Stoke City".

Preserving the Hammers' place in the Premier League is, of course, Moyes' main objective and, with some particularly testing fixtures to come in December, it is imperative that the Hammers pick up points from their next three matches - with fixtures against Leicester City and Everton to come following Sunday's visit to Vicarage Road.

"You want players who take responsibility, who dig each other out and who communicate and I've seen that here".

West Ham had shown a keen interest to bring the midfielder to the London Stadium but the deal broke down ahead of deadline day, after the owners of both clubs became engaged in a spat over the transfer, which culminated in Sporting CP president Bruno De Carvalho calling the Hammers" joint owners David Sullivan and David Gold the "dildo brothers'. And I've got Watford.

"The clips I have seen, he's not been a team player, but he wouldn't be the only one I would say that about. others are going to have to do the work for the team if they're going to be a part of it".

David Moyes 500th match as an English Premier League manager will also be his first with London club West Ham United
JOHN SIBLEY REUTERS David Moyes' 500th match as an English Premier League manager will also be his first with London club West Ham United

Moyes and his new coaching team of Stuart Pearce, Alan Irvine and Billy McKinlay have been overseeing double training sessions in a bid to boost the squad's fitness.

"The players have grasped it, everything we have done, and got on with their jobs", added Moyes.

West Ham's defensive stocks appeared short without Reid in the mix and on Friday (NZT Saturday), Moyes admitted he may be forced to play the 29-year-old New Zealander, against his wishes.

"Moyes is a very good manager".

Former Manchester United striker Hernandez suffered a hamstring injury on worldwide duty with Mexico and Moyes has said he expects to be without the summer signing for two weeks.

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