West Ham forward Danny Ings produced a ruthless display in front of goal to fire our Hammers to a much-needed victory over Nottingham Forest, with hope that momentum can now build for the striker.

It was a rare memorable day this season for all connected with the club, as David Moyes’ side put on a performance to show that West Ham are very much up for the fight to remain in the Premier League this campaign.

Result were also favourable for David Moyes’ side elsewhere in the league, which has seen our Hammers climb out of the bottom three, in the hope that a solid run of form can now carry on both domestically and on the European stage.

The West Ham Way co-host and famed ITK ExWHUEmployee, speaking after the emphatic victory over Forest, hopes the result and performance will act as a springboard to get West Ham finally firing this season and turn a poor one into a successful one.

“I am really pleased we put in a second half performances like that,” stated out man-in-the-know. “I hope it will provide a platform for us to kick on.”

Ex also feels that now Ings is now off the mark for the cockney boys, he could now prove to be pivotal figure for the club in turning this campaign around.

“It’s great that Ings got his first goals on his first start as that will hopefully give him the momentum to go on a scoring run. We have all our players back from injury now and it is crucial that we use this result to kickstart our season again.”