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Pre-match press conference: David Moyes vs Arsenal [video]


Filed: Tuesday, 12th December 2017
By: Staff Writer


Hammers boss David Moyes says that he is "really enjoying" working and coaching with his current squad of players - but insists that his players are going to have to "work very hard" to repeat their heroics of last weekend.

Moyes - who praised his opposite number Arsene Wenger for his "longevity" - said he'd taken little notice of Arsenal's recent form, but insisted that it is imperative his side get off to a good start at the Olympic Stadium tomorrow night.

See what the manager had to say about West Ham's next outing in his pre-match press conference below...








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