Moyes calls on West Ham to seal Europa League spot in style
David Moyes urges his players to show the world they have had an impressive 2020/21 campaign by beating Southampton to seal Europa League spot.
A point will see West Ham United seal off the sixth place and Europa League spot. However, Moyes feels a point isn’t enough for his impressive season and wants to wrap it up in style. The 58-year-old Moyes wants his team to secure the European Second tier league spot in style.
“It is (close) and I’m delighted but it’s not done,” Moyes claimed.
“I’ll go away, we’ll sit back and enjoy it but we know we have to be in charge and win the game. If we win the game there’s no danger,” the Scottish tactician added.
Also, Lingard urges his teammate to wake up and display a good performance to claim the last game 3 points. He claims they play to win no matter the situation.
“When you come here and go one down, it is time to wake up a bit and kick on then the class comes through,” Lingard said.
“It’s another big game at the weekend when we’ve got the fans there which will be brilliant and put on a show for them. We don’t play for a draw or a loss, we always play for a win no matter what,” he claimed.
Meanwhile, Lingard analyzed the Hammers season and particularly the West Bromwich Albion game.
“We stuck together through the hard times,” said Lingard.
“We knew it was going to be difficult. It is always difficult coming here and the first time with fans which is amazing. They’re going to get behind them and show support for them to win the game,” he continued.
“I thought we were calm and composed in certain aspects, especially towards the end. When we break and we were waiting for that opportunity all game to get three vs two with the defenders. The lads showed courage, showed fight, and great character to come back,” the Manchester United midfielder added.