David Moyes cut a furious figure following our Hammers capitulation against Brighton on the final day of the season to miss out on 6th spot in the league.
Moyes was in no mood to pull punches in his assessment of the performance, stating the players lacked resilience as they squandered a 1-0 lead at half time, to then go on to lose 3-1 in very disappointing fashion on the south coast.
“I’m certainly not happy,” exclaimed the boss.
“In the first half, bits of it were OK. I thought we kept the ball quite well and made it difficult for them, but that wasn’t what we’re about today.
“We’ve been resilient but we weren’t resilient today. When we were winning one-nil and we had the chance to go one place higher, the players didn’t show that toughness and that bottle that they’ve had before.
“We’re going to be a team at the bottom of the league if we are going to keep losing goals like we have in the last couple of games.
“So no, I’m not happy with that at all.”
Despite West Ham achieving European football this season, Moyes was in no mood to celebrate, even going as far as saying he feels the side have failed in what the goals were.
“It doesn’t feel like I’ve done a good job this season at the moment because I wanted better,” added Moyes.
“I can only think of my last game and maybe in a few weeks’ time I’ll change my thoughts, but at the moment I’m angry with the players today because I’m not going to have the way they performed today.
“I’m going to have a break as there is no way I can keep this going at the rate we’ve had this year.
“Overall, if today was anything to go by, we have to do a lot more than I first thought.
“I want to make more memories, but I’ll need it to be much better than that or I won’t make many more, so the players are going to have to up from today’s performance.”