David Moyes has admitted that he’s underneath stress after West Ham United suffered one more residence defeat on Friday night.
West Ham had been effectively overwhelmed by Brentford at London Stadium underneath the floodlights at London Stadium, with targets from Ivan Toney and Josh Dasilva proving the distinction between the 2 sides.
The defeat was the Hammers’ fifth on the bounce within the Premier League and leaves them only one level above the relegation zone heading into 2023.
Chatting with the press following the Brentford loss, when requested about whether or not or not he believes West Ham are firmly in a relegation battle, Moyes replied: “I’m hoping it’s not the case.
“However we’ve misplaced a number of at residence just lately so now we have to bear in mind that now we have to choose up factors.
“I don’t assume it’s unfair. Within the enterprise we’re in if you happen to don’t win in 5 video games you’re going to be underneath stress.
“I solely need one of the best for West Ham, it’s been an excellent membership for me and we’ve finished effectively. I’m decided to maintain it there and never get dragged down. I hope we will get away from the place we’re.”
90min revealed in November that West Ham’s board had been standing by Moyes and had informed the Scot that he could be given time to show issues round.
Nonetheless, joint-chairman David Sullivan has been inundated with curiosity from representatives of managers and coaches expressing their need to speak to the membership, and the stress will proceed to accentuate on Moyes after the defeats to Arsenal and Brentford – the latter of which noticed the Hammers booed off on the last whistle.