West Ham manager David Moyes feels his sides performance deserved more following the loss at Liverpool.
Our Hammers fell to a 3-1 defeat at Anfield despite putting in a display that could have resulted in a very different outcome, but were left to rue big chances.
“I’ve come here too many times and not got the result and quite often I come away saying we played quite well and were unlucky, and I’m getting a bit sick of saying it,” Moyes told whufc.com.
“The truth is we’ve made a lot of strides, we are playing well, we feel good about the way we’re playing and I thought today’s performance had a lot of good stuff, maybe not so much defensively in the second half.”
The boss feels his West Ham side are performing well this season, but admitted that we need to stop being wasteful as it’s proving to be costly, especially if we are to seriously compete at the high end of the table this season.
“The truth is that to change games you need to take your moments and even in the games that we’ve won there has been very little between the teams and they’ve been very tight,” added Moyes.
“Maybe against Chelsea they missed a penalty and we scored and then we got a penalty ourselves late on to win 3-1, but the last two games even when we’ve been down 2-1 we’ve had chances and you can’t give away a third goal as easily as we did today.
“We made changes to win it and took off a lot of our height and we knew we’d always be vulnerable when we’ve done that.”