West Ham are unbeaten in seven games, but David Moyes is still "looking for more".
David Moyes expressed his hope that Javier Hernandez will score goals for West Ham this year.
Moving Arnautovic central is the headline-grabber but Moyes has done so much more for West Ham.
David Moyes, the fourth manager to reach 200 wins, is going to invite the first to a game.
David Moyes said he was "thrilled" to have registered his 200th Premier League win as a manager.
Sakho to Palace? Carroll to Chelsea? Hernandez to Man United? "My intention is not to let anyone go."
"It's a mentality thing," says David Moyes, who mentions the sun, steel, physicality and battling.
Andy Carroll to the reigning Premier League champions? Chelsea need back-up for Morata. Poor Batshuayi.
David Moyes wants his West Ham players to look up the table rather than down.
West Ham are now 16th, so David Moyes is insistent on looking "up". One point off 18th though...
West Ham have launched an investigation after Jake Livermore had an altercation with a supporter.
David Moyes saluted Andy Carroll after his decision to recall the striker paid dividends.
The West Ham manager is one of many who will name weakened sides this weekend.
Alan Pardew, Burnley's away form, Watford, Jesse Lingard, Maurico Pellegrino, Swansea City and more...
There are a few, with errors, absences and a 'farcical goal' all playing a part in Newcastle's victory...
'It tends to be a shorter brief now. What did I sign at Man Utd, four years? It ended up being 10 months.'
"Arguably, I am in a more difficult position than Arsene Wenger," says Moyesy. Which is fair.
In theory, we could all manage at any club in the world. Doesn't mean we'd be any good at it...
David Moyes and Marko Arnautovic top the winners. Mark Hughes stays firmly on top of the losers...
"I see it being tiredness at the end of it but I don't see a dive." Nice try, Moyesy...
David Moyes has revealed that West Ham could be interested in Arsenal duo Wilshere and Giroud.
David Moyes is picking Adrian right now and if that means Joe Hart loses his place, then so be it...
David Moyes revelled in his first West Ham victory, but knows he can't celebrate for too long.
Even Conte knows the Premier League title is headed to Manchester now. The champions are out.
"It is a good problem for West Ham. I don't know if it is a good problem going into the World Cup." Not for Hart, no.
The Hammers boss has now overseen three defeats and a draw since taking over from Slaven Bilic.
David Moyes has helpfully told Pep what his team must do to consider themselves great. Cheers, Dave...
"I was hoping it would be a bit easier, I've got to be honest to tell you," says the master motivator.
So who do the Premier League's new old guard thrive against? Each other, obviously...
David Moyes admits that West Ham "didn't deserve anything" from their 4-0 loss to Everton.
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