West Ham manager David Moyes couldn’t contain his joy in delivering a trophy to our incredible fans whilst admitting he wants the party to continue.

Moyes, who has been under considerable pressure this season following a testing Premier League campaign, has now aligned himself with club legends Ron Greenwood and John Lyall by delivering trophy success in East London.

Despite the ongoing uncertainty over his long term future at West Ham, the Scot is still very much looking ahead and couldn’t contain his delight in achieving success on the European stage for the Irons faithful.

“I had about three hours’ sleep but that’s only because the bar shut in the hotel very early when we wanted it to be open much longer!” the boss told the clubs Official Website.

“For me, the thing about it, being a football manager, in the football industry, the majority of weeks you go home disappointed because your team hasn’t won, so to actually get to the final of a European competition and win it was massive.

“It sunk in for me when we got back to the East End of London tonight and saw the supporters on the streets. It was incredible.

“West Ham is a huge football club with huge support in East London and the proof of that is tonight. There were thousands of supporters on the streets tonight and the support we had last night in Prague was unbelievable.

“I hope we can continue to make progress and I think we have done over the last two or three years and last night was progress because we won a trophy. It was massive for us to win a trophy!”

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