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David Moyes wants West Ham United to challenge top Premier League teams

Moyes wants Hammers to challenge top teams
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West Ham United manager David Moyes says that he is looking to put together a team which is capable of challenging the top sides in the Premier League.

West Ham United manager David Moyes has suggested that he does not want to settle for trying to keep the Hammers in the Premier League.

Moyes is currently tasked with moving the East London outfit away from the relegation zone, but the Scot has indicated that he wants to establish the club higher up the standings.

West Ham have gained points from Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur since Moyes's arrival, and he wants to see similar levels of performances on a consistent basis.

The 54-year-old told BBC's Football Focus: "I've got an idea in my head how I want it to look. I want us to go to those teams and say, 'we're having a game with you and we're going to see if we can beat you.

"At the moment, we just don't have the same level of quality of players as those teams do, but I'm saying that for probably every other team bar the top six or seven in the Premier League."

Moyes has registered three wins and five draws from 13 matches at the London Stadium.

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