David Moyes: 'West Ham United can not afford to lose Javier Hernandez'


His form has been so good and it's meant the more we get it up to him, the better we have been doing.

West Ham manager David Moyes has looked to end speculation over Javier Hernandez's future, insisting he has no interest in losing players from a squad he is looking to bolster in January.

It could never hit the excitement levels of Boxing Day's controversial six-goal thriller on the south coast but West Ham and Bournemouth certainly served up a dramatic interlude in another, rather less eventful, stalemate in east London.

Begovic again came to the Cherries' rescue before the hour mark when he parried James Collins' glanced header away from the chasing Lanzini, while Arnautovic failed to make the most of a one-on-one opportunity by getting the ball stuck under his feet, granting Steve Cook time to race in for a recovery challenge.

"Lanzini's a worry", added Moyes.

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But it was the 2008 champion who found an extra gear in the tie-breaker as she pulled away to clinch it 7-4 and claim the match. At 30-30, the Russian fired a return victor to set up break point and then fired off another one to go up the quick break.

Javier Hernandez equalised nearly instantly for the hosts, although it is the injury to their Argentine playmaker that left Moyes particularly anxious. We'll get it scanned tomorrow.

"I thought we played some of our best football this season, especially in the first half, but Bournemouth got strong in the second part of both halves, so in the end perhaps the draw was the right result". "Overall, with 15 minutes to go I would've taken a draw".

West Ham are 11th spot in the Premier League, five points above the relegation zone and Moyes wants to bring in some quality additions before the transfer window closes to help his side secure survival.

The Hammers were quickest out of the blocks and after a superb passage of play with some one-touch passes in an around the Bournemouth box, the ball fell to Aaron Cresswell, who fired just wide from 25 yards. "We haven't attacked the ball well enough, twice, just outside our box".