David Moyes has reflected on an out-of-character poor showing from West Ham during our 1-0 defeat at Wolves in the Premier League.

”It was not our best today. We weren’t at our best and didn’t play as well as we have done and there were quite a lot of disappointing aspects of our game today, if I’m honest.

“Look, we just about hung in there and tried to keep going but we didn’t really play as well as we can, but we mustn’t be fooled by Wolves because they’re a decent team, in a good league position and have shown good form for parts of the season, so it was a tight game.”

On the question of sluggishness following an international break Moyes stated: “We want more international players and I want to bring more to the Club in the future and I want to develop the ones we’ve got here and help them get capped by their countries. We enjoy seeing our players play for their countries.

“There is part of that and I do agree it gives you less time to work with your players and we had the journey up here on Friday, so all those things do play a part.”

On the upcoming fixtures the Hammers boss added “We travel to Austria this week now to face Rapid Vienna in the UEFA Europa League on Thursday, then we’ve got Manchester City away in the Premier League next Sunday, then we’ve got Brighton and then Chelsea at home.

“I’m thrilled that we’ve qualified from the group and I’m confident that along the line we will take the points we need from the final two games to win the group.”