David Moyes was understandably complimentary of his West Ham side following the well played performance against European rivals Wolves at London Stadium.
Our Hammers showed real grit and quality to gain the big three points which produced a result that pushed the cockney boys back in the hunt for a top 4 finish this season.
“I thought we played much better today,” said the boss. “I thought there were signs that our football was improving. I liked the way we played the ball a little bit better, I thought we made more chances today than we’ve had maybe recently.
“I’d have liked us to have taken one or two others which would’ve made my job and how I felt a lot easier, but overall, that was very good.
“I also felt the goalkeepers and defenders did a really good job in keeping a clean sheet.
“I thought the way we went about the game for the first 30 minutes especially was excellent and the only difficult thing, maybe disappointing thing, was that it didn’t lead to a goal.
“We’ve done an awful lot of good things and the players have done really, really well today.”
Moyes also paid a special mention to the goalscorer Tomas Soucek, who the manager admitted hasn’t been at his best of late.
“We’re really happy for Tomáš Souček,” Moyes added.
“He’s not playing his best, he knows that, and we’re doing everything to get him back.
“I’m I think for Tom, arriving in the box more often, like he did today, will be a big help. Thankfully he got in the right spot today and got us a goal.”