West Ham United join elite European group as the remarkable David Moyes revolution in east London continues and shows no sign of letting up.

West Ham fans are in dreamland at the moment with their side cruising at the top of Europa League Group H following the 3-0 win over Genk on Thursday night.

One more victory will see West Ham confirmed as group winners and into the last 16 of the competition.

West Ham United v KRC Genk: Group H - UEFA Europa League
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The Hammers have been completely revolutionised by Moyes over the last 19 months.

Flying high in the Premier League and competing on all fronts having beaten Man United in the Carabao Cup, life is sweet for West Ham fans right now.

West Ham had already beaten Dinamo Zagreb and Rapid Wien 2-0 before making it a perfect three wins from three, seven goals scored and none conceded with the thumping of Genk.

And in doing so West Ham join an elite European group this season.

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West Ham United join elite European group as David Moyes revolution continues

The Hammers are one of just six clubs involved in European competition so far this season to have a 100% winning record at the halfway stage of the groups.

West Ham find themselves in very esteemed company, further highlighting that Moyes has turned them into a genuine European outfit.

Ajax, Bayern Munich, Juventus, Liverpool, Lyon and West Ham all have 100% records in Europe this season.

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Of those six teams, only West Ham, Bayern and Juve are yet to concede a single goal.


What a wonderful job Moyes is doing at West Ham.

The team is flying in all competitions. And even when West Ham fail to win, fans do not feel shortchanged by the players who give everything for the cause.

Moyes is a great manager and the Scot has put together a great bunch of players.

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And the icing on the cake is the odd academy player – like Dan Chesters – getting their chance in the first team here and there too.

Moyes and the likes of Jarrod Bowen have boldly stated they want to try and win the Europa League.

Indeed West Ham have been made favourites for the competition and are labelled serious contenders by UEFA themselves.

It’s official, West Ham are massive. What a time to be a Hammer.

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