West Ham United manager David Moyes has spoken of the need for everybody at the club to be united as the club enter a run of difficult fixtures.
The 54-year-old Scot also said that despite losing his first match in charge 2-0 to Watford at Vicarage Road last week, he believes there are plenty of positives that can be taken from his team’s performance. Moyes admitted his side are low on confidence, but stated that he believes the only way to change that is by playing better and winning games.
Although the former Everton and Manchester United boss did concede that his side face a tough game against Leicester tomorrow night at the London Stadium, and mentioned that his team will have to be wary of The Foxes pace on the break.
On the injury front Moyes revealed that attacking duo Andre Ayew and Marko Arnautović will both be available for selection. However, The Hammers will be without Javier Hernandez, James Collins and Micheal Antonio.
The atmosphere is expected to be toxic at the London Stadium this evening with the home side in 18th place in the table and on a run of four losses on the trot. Fan dissatisfaction with the hugely unpopular board is at an all-time high and supporters are planning protests against David Gold, David Sullivan and Karen Brady before the game.
Watch the full video of Moyes interview below.