David Moyes lifted the lid on what the West Ham dressing room was like after our superb win over Tottenham yesterday, when speaking to the club’s official website.

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The Hammers defended with their lives yesterday. Each and every man put in 100 per cent effort and in the end we held out against Spurs.

The last 30 minutes at the London Stadium yesterday was like the Alamo.

Tottenham kept coming at us but we held firm.

These really are great times to be a West Ham fan. David Moyes has worked wonders since taking over at the club for a second time 14 months ago.

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David Moyes (Photo by Arfa Griffiths/West Ham United FC via Getty Images)

The Hammers are no longer a pushover. We are a well-organised, well-drilled outfit and not one single team in the Premier League will relish playing us.

What an incredible turnaround!

 

The West Ham fans were buzzing yesterday, and rightly so. It seems as though the players were in fine spirits as well.

David Moyes lifted the lid on what the atmosphere was like in the Hammers dressing room after yesterday’s game, when speaking to the club’s official website:

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David Moyes (Photo by FRANK AUGSTEIN/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

“Let me tell the supporters, the atmosphere in the dressing room was fantastic after the game. There is a great spirit in there and we had a good moment or two with each other. We’re right on it and we want to stay there. We hope the supporters will be back in before the end of the season because we don’t want them to be missing these moments.”

It’s Manchester City away next for Moyes’s men.

We’re not expecting much from our game at the Etihad but at least we all know that we will put up a decent fight.

Two years ago we would have rolled over against Manchester City. Not anymore. This is a different team.

And David Moyes deserves huge credit for getting us to where we currently are, not only in the table but as a football club in general.

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