West Ham manager David Moyes has called upon his side to react to the recent slump in form when we host Arsenal this week.

Our Hammers have a London derby date set with the Gunners at the London Stadium on Wednesday night, with pressure mounting to get back to form after an alarming dip in recent weeks.

Following our latest defeat at the hands of Everton on Sunday, Moyes couldn’t hide his disappointment in another display which lacked any real potency, with our Hammers struggling to break down the opposition side once again.

“I’m disappointed because we’ve lost here as our record at London Stadium has been pretty good,” said the Irons boss.

“I’m disappointed because, although I knew it would be tough and really, really close and we couldn’t do it.”

One positive for the loss to the Toffees was the performance of Mohammed Kudus, who arguably looked the most dangerous player for our Hammers.

It was just first start in the Premier League under Moyes for the Ghanian international, and the boss admitted he was pleased with what the forward contributed to the cause.

“We thought it was right to give Mo the opportunity and I think he played well today,” said Moyes, as reported by the club’s Official Website.

“I thought he played well individually, but I just don’t know if we got that final pass or cross or something.

“I thought he always looked lively and that he could make things happen and that’s the way it is. We have to give up something and we have to find a way to get good players in the team, but because we have a few we’re able to change them.”