David Moyes claims there's more to come from key West Ham man
- Author: Megan Austin Feb 12, 2018,
Feb 12, 2018, 0:52
When the former Manchester United manager took over from Slaven Bilic, things for the Irons looked bleak, however, the Scotsman has managed to turn things around.
"The last match gave us motivation, more credibility".
The Scotsman was handed a boost with the return of talismanic striker, Arnautovic, while Michail Antonio was handed a start after appearing as a second-half substitute during the defeat at the Amex Stadium.
West Ham lost 3-1 to Brighton last weekend, snapping a six-game points streak for David Moyes' team.
Fans have called for the "Ginge" to be offered a new deal to remain at the club, believing him to be a tank and felt he had earned the chance to have another year at the London Stadium.
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"The team is very united, we all want to do better and we ask the supporters to get behind the team".
Watford could do the league double against West Ham for the first time. The latter was practically electric throughout the contest, producing the flawless crossing assist for Hernandez to head home in the 38th minute to give the Hammers the lead. As a result, Watford began to offer more of a threat as the home side became nervy.
On the pitch, West Ham beat Watford 2-0 for their first win since the mid-January FA Cup victory over Shrewsbury Town.
"I know how we got those points - running a lot, and working a lot - and I think this is the key to the future".
In a candid interview with West Ham TV about the future of the club, Sullivan added: "I want to speak directly to the supporters and say how important it is that we all pull together during these times".