West Ham boss Moyes sets sights on top ten after Watford win

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David Sullivan wants West Ham's David Moyes to stay long-term

Hammers ace Javier Hernandez spoke to reporters after his side's vitally important 2-0 win over Watford at the London Stadium yesterday, and offered high words of praise for his teammate Marko Arnautovic, labelling him as an "unbelievable all-round player", as quoted by the club's official website.

Moyes has overseen something of an improvement in results but, although West Ham sit 12th in the Premier League table heading into this weekend's fixtures, they are still only three points outside the relegation zone. While Watford have struggled defensively, they have scored the eighth most goals this season, with Abdoulaye Doucouré leading the club with seven goals. "We believe more in our work, and it is better for us but we know if we don't work and don't run we will not win".

West Ham had the most underwhelming of transfer windows in recent times, with the deadline day arrival of Jordan Hugill from Preston the only first-team acquisition the club made last month.

West Ham have won just one of their last five home games against Watford (D1, L3). The supporters want more ups than downs.

"We're telling him he is doing well for us, but he's not getting off the hook".

"I wasn't so happy with our second half. And we're trying to find a set-up that, long-term, will deliver better".

The Hammers fans have vented their frustration at Sullivan, fellow Chairman David Gold and Vice-chairman Karren Brady in recent weeks, with a march planned before the home game against Burnley in March. "We want to keep improving".

Watford head coach Javi Gracia: "We played well against Chelsea and we deserved the victory, whether it was against 10 men or 11 men".

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