David Moyes has spoken to the press ahead of our London derby with bitter rivals Spurs this Sunday at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Our Hammers head to north London in a buoyant mood having demonstrated far better form since the turn of the year, having recorded just one loss in the last seven matches in all competitions.

Spurs on the other hand, although in a far better league position, have struggled for consistency this season – having lost their last two matches to Leicester City and AC Milan respectively.

Speaking to the media, the Hammers boss expects a tough encounter against Spurs but has called on his players to keep the good form going and hopes that it will produce another positive result.

“I don’t think there ever is a good time to play Tottenham,” admitted Moyes, as reported by Football London. “We’ll try and show the form we have been recently. We’ve started to score more goals, started to be more resilient. We don’t want draws, we want wins.”

The boss admitted that injuries have significantly taken their toll this season, although did provide a positive update on Max Cornet.

“It’s not been great news, getting those boys injured,” stated the West Ham boss. “Last year, we had a brilliant injury record. I don’t know whether that’s because of 60 games last year, 60 the year before. It’s certainly more to do with new players. Paqueta gets an injury, Nayef Aguerd, Kurt Zouma, Craig Dawson.

“We’ve had a difficult period with injuries. We’re hoping to have Max Cornet back next Monday, whether that’s training I don’t know.”

The boss was also questioned on the rivalry between both West Ham and Spurs, adding that he would love to be able to add another special moment for all Hammers fans in the highly anticipated fixture.

“I’m fully aware of it,” added Moyes. “We’re trying to give West Ham as many good occasions as we can.”