David Moyes was disappointed by West Ham’s attacking quality in their 1-0 EFL Cup defeat to Arsenal.
West Ham have enjoyed a recent resurgence under David Moyes, including a 0-0 home draw against Arsenal in the league last week, but were toothless here.
They had just one shot off target as Moyes himself made six changes, with the former Manchester United boss left frustrated with the overall display.
“I think we are making steady progress but I was disappointed with the quality of our play,” he said.
“Overall, we were never out of the game in a cup match against Arsenal.
“We have conceded one goal in two games against them now and I think if you said that the day I arrived here I would have taken that.
“We put out a strong team, what was available to us, but we have got big games coming up as well.
“Arguably, I am in a more difficult position than Arsene Wenger.”
Moyes: "We've made steady progress, but overall I was disappointed with the quality of our performance." Says defenders should have dealt better with the goal.
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