Declan Rice sends message to West Ham United players and fans about what they need to do after the November internationals.

West Ham continued their superb form with a memorable 3-2 win over Liverpool on Sunday evening.

The Hammers leapfrogged Liverpool into third place in the Premier League with almost a third of the season gone.

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David Moyes’s side are now seven matches unbeaten with six wins in that run. And the victory over Liverpool was West Ham’s fourth Premier League win in a row.

Moyes has completely transformed West Ham on and off the pitch.

The whole club is in perfect harmony from the terraces to the pitch.

The Scot has built a highly organised team around young, talented and hungry players. And West Ham’s brilliant team spirit is clear for all to see.

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Declan Rice enjoyed another dominant performance in central midfield.

He will now meet up with England for the November internationals.

But before he set off for Three Lions duty he sent a message to his teammates and everyone connected with West Ham about what is needed after the internationals.

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Declan Rice sends message to West Ham about what they need to do after the internationals

“The group we’ve got is so special,” Rice said on Twitter.

“So many positives at the moment, need to keep up the momentum and keep pushing each other West Ham.”

What a man. What a player. And what a captain.

That is just what West Ham fans will want to hear. Why should the Hammers just be happy with where they are? There is absolutely no reason why Moyes’s boys cannot continue to push the so-called elite.

Czech billionaire investor Daniel Kretinsky watches West Ham beat Liverpool at the London Stadium. Photo: Sky Sports

And Rice is right, there are so many positives right now.

One of those positives is the incoming investment from Czech billionaire Daniel Kretinsky.

The “Czech Sphinx” was spotted in the crowd at the London Stadium on Sunday.

And he is expected to soon complete the purchase of a 27 per cent stake in West Ham which widespread reports suggest will give Moyes money to spend in January – perhaps to sign a much needed striker.

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Sinclair says ref ignored new Prem rule for Liverpool goal vs West Ham.

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