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David Moyes warns Premier League big boys West Ham ‘won’t leave’

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fter a tough December, West Ham are looking fit and pulling into the New Year and David Moyes has warned the Big Six they won’t be leaving anytime soon.

A drop in form last month raised fears the Wheels have given up on their remarkable push for Champions League places, but just a point down from the bottom of the Norwich City table on Wednesday night will drop them back to fourth place.

London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham will have games in hand over the Hammers, but Moyes would be much happier sitting with points in the bank rather than ifs and buts.

After finishing sixth last season, the East Londoners are relishing their role as the boring little brother of the Premier League’s big guns and Moyes has no plans to give it up just yet.

“Norwich will see every game as an opportunity, but I see it here at West Ham as an opportunity for us to try and continue to challenge the teams at the top and continue to bore them and make them think we’re not leaving.” , Moyes said of Wednesday’s meeting.

“I hope we’re not the ones to go, I want us to be the ones there at the end – you can’t get rid of us. I want us to challenge until the end.

“There will be game patches where gaining points is important, other weeks where you are trying to win something.

“We have to try to stay in that top eight or nine because there is a solid group of teams. Wolves are playing very well and you have seen Leicester be very capable over the past two years, Aston Villa is also in good shape . “

Moyes is well aware that given their remarkable rise, West Ham has the difficult choice of joining the party in the upper ranks of the Premier League or pushing back and falling apart.

The Scotsman has done wonders to bring this team to a level where they compete with the best every week, but are very keen to see money spent to stay there.


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