A BT Sport reporter says something big is happening at West Ham United after what she has been witnessing.
There is no hiding the fact it has been a poor start to the season in the Premier League for West Ham.
West Ham have had a difficult start to the new campaign with just one win to their names from the opening six games.
The Hammers sit in the bottom three of the fledgling Premier League table with four points.
That does not tell the full story, far from it.
After a big summer rebuild at West Ham this always threatened to be a period of transition. Eight new signings arrived in the summer window with 10 departures from last season’s squad.
With that kind of overhaul it was always going to take time for West Ham to gel.
The reality is West Ham have played defending champions Man City and another two of the predicted top four or five.
By rights Moyes’ boys should have won at Nottingham Forest and picked up a point at Chelsea. There is even an argument to say the Hammers should have had all three points against Spurs too.
Those extra six points would see West Ham sitting comfortably right now.
But they aren’t and Moyes knows better than anyone points and results are the only thing that will alleviate some of the slight pressure that is building from a notoriously bloodthirsty football media.
West Ham’s manager has called for patience and trust on several occasions in recent weeks.
But many Hammers observers have noted this poor form is nothing new. West Ham’s form fell off a cliff in the Premier League before the turn of the year and Moyes has been desperately trying to claw it back ever since.
West Ham’s points per game over the last 10 months is in the bottom three of the league with 37 points from 33 matches (1.12 PPG).
There is section of the club’s support who are becoming increasingly frustrated by Moyes’s perceived negative tactics.
But a BT Sport reporter says something big is happening at West Ham after what she has been witnessing.
Becky Ives has followed West Ham all over Europe over the last couple of seasons with BT Sport.
BT Sport reporter says something big is happening at West Ham after what she has been witnessing
And she took to Twitter in the wake of West Ham’s 3-2 win over Silkeborg to reassure Hammers fans they will soon start to make waves again.
“Honestly, I’ve been fortunate to be around this team a lot last season and now this one,” Ives said on Twitter about West Ham.
“It feels like something special is building.
“When it all finally clicks….my word West Ham will be a force.”