David Moyes has spoken of his determination to avenge the poor decision that cost West Ham a deserved point against Chelsea earlier this season.

Our Hammers were denied an equaliser through Max Cornet but VAR ruled it out for a ‘foul’ by Jarrod Bowen, which caused widespread uproar in the game.

Moyes, talking to the press ahead of the reverse fixture this weekend as reported by Football London, has stated that it’s a decision that still hasn’t been forgotten by West Ham.

“We haven’t forgotten about it,” stated the boss. “It was a right rotten decision that day. If we had picked up that point at Chelsea, for confidence and morale at the time, who knows what it could’ve led to.”

Moyes will be up against Graham Potter on Saturday who, like the Hammers boss, has found himself under pressure this campaign. Moyes however has sympathy for his opposite number this weekend.

“Graham Potter is an exceptional manager,” added Moyes. “It doesn’t matter whether he’s got 17 new players or 17 who have been there for years. It’s great to see a British manager manage one of the top clubs.”

More to follow.