Sport Arnautovic earns Moyes' praise for delivering 200th Premier League win

22:50  13 january  2018
22:50  13 january  2018 Source:   Goal.com

Huddersfield Town 1 West Ham 4: Arnautovic runs riot to secure Moyes' 200th PL win

  Huddersfield Town 1 West Ham 4: Arnautovic runs riot to secure Moyes' 200th PL win West Ham extended their unbeaten league run to four games with a 4-1 victory over Huddersfield Town, a win inspired by Marko Arnautovic.For the third successive away game, Arnautovic found the back of the net for the Hammers, his latest strike coming 11 seconds into the second half at the John Smith's Stadium.

The Austrian striker earned the praise of his manager, who oversaw a mileston win as West Ham thrashed Huddersfield Town in Saturday's game. David Moyes hailed the performance of Marko Arnautovic as the manager brought up Premier League win number 200 in West Ham's

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David Moyes hailed the performance of Marko Arnautovic as the manager brought up Premier League win number 200 in West Ham's 4-1 victory over Huddersfield Town.

Arnautovic was involved in all four Hammers goals at the John Smith's Stadium on Saturday, the Austrian making it 2-1 just 11 seconds after half-time.

He then created two for Manuel Lanzini as Moyes' men ran riot to secure a win that lifts them up to 11th, five points clear of the bottom three.

For Moyes it brought up a significant milestone in his own career, as only Sir Alex Ferguson, Arsene Wenger and Harry Redknapp are the only managers to pass the 200 win mark in the Premier League era.

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  Moyes doesn't want any outgoings David Moyes has said that he doesn’t want to let any of his players leave this month, saying interested teams will have to pay a lot of money to convince him otherwise. It has been reported that West Ham were looking to offload summer signing Javier Hernandez in the last few days, and that Andy Carroll and Diafra Sakho are both wanted men, but Moyes wants to keep them all at the London Stadium. The Hammers coach wants to keep all of his goalscorers, as he sees the club’s strength in depth as an advantage in ensuring they retain their Premier League status. Moyes is looking for additions in the transfer window though, namely a right winger, but he has seen any and all offers rejected as of now. Talking about his reluctance to sanction sales this month, Moyes said; “I don’t want any of them to go. We’ve got no players here who we want to leave. We want to add to our squad.” “Ideally we strengthen, so my intention is not to let anyone go. We’ve got four or five strikers and the competition is tough for all of them but I’m happy that way.” “If we were (to sell) it would take an awful lot of money in this window to prise any of them out.” Diafra Sakho is one who has looked destined to leave this month. The Senegalese forward has stated his intention to leave, and has found minutes tough to come by this season, with Mark Arnautovic and Michail Antonio preferred up front to him.

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Premier League Championship Scottish Premiership European Teams. The beaming Moyes said afterwards: "All managers need to win which is why I have such a big smile tonight. Any doubts he might of had of doing such a job soon went with that superb Arnautovic goal, an illustration of what

The Scot, however, was keen to focus on the inspired form of Arnautovic.

"I'm really pleased with Marko Arnautovic," he said. "Everybody knew how good he was at Stoke City and maybe giving him a freer role up front has given him a chance to express himself."

When pushed on his own record, Moyes added: "To be in that position, alongside those great managers, is good and I'm just glad I have managed to win a few."

The win boosts West Ham's survival hopes but Moyes is still keen to add new players to his squad to help them stay out of trouble.

"The board know - and they want to add a few players - it's just the difficulty of the month," Moyes continued. "We want to add players if that is possible.

"We have a long way to go but the players have done brilliantly well since we came in and they did very well today."

Huddersfield boss David Wagner rued a display littered with sloppy mistakes as the Terriers saw their winless league run grow to five matches.

The German bemoaned a "below par" performance from his side and knows things have to improve quickly if they are to remain at a safe distance from the bottom three.

"It's not about the position in the table, it's about our performance today and we were below par," he said. "We had too many players that were below par, but we have to accept it because they're humans.

"We made too many easy mistakes which you can't do at this level. We have to do it better than we did today and we've done it in the past. We know what we've done wrong today."

Hammers remain adamant they will not sell Carroll for less than £20m .
Chelsea will have to cough up a sum of at least £20 million if they are to lure Andy Carroll away from West Ham, according to Goal, as the East London outfit dig their heels in over the striker. The price could become a stumbling block, with both sides not agreeing about the valuation of the England international. Carroll is very keen on a move across London but the Hammers remain reluctnat to do a deal for anything less than £20 million. The striker has 18 months left to run on his current Hammers deal, in which he reportedly earns around £70,000 per week. Chelsea are trying to improve their problems in front of goal, as they have embarked on a run of three consecutive 0-0 draws in all competitions. West Ham could be willing to part company with some of their strikers but David Moyes is keen to keep the majority of his squad together, including Carroll.

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