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Boss claims club heading in right direction

West Ham are heading in the right direction as the season continues, according to boss David Moyes.

The club are currently 10th, just six points off the top four ahead of a relatively kind run of games.

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This weekend, the Irons face Burnley before games against West Brom and Crystal Palace.

Three wins from three would undoubtedly see the Hammers propelled into the conversation for European football.

And Moyes believes that the club is doing all the right things, both on and off the pitch, as they bid to reach the next level.

He told reporters ahead of the clash with Burnley: “Everybody in the club is pulling in the right direction, from the top down to me to the players as a club at the moment. I am really enjoying it.

“I am enjoying it because I know that I can help the direction as well and I hope it continues.

“We will have days when it’s not great, or times when it doesn’t go always right, but I think and hope that we’re going the right way now.”

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About Dave Langton

A journalist with 10 years' experience of working on National newspapers, now chief reporter covering the club that I've loved since I was a boy. Upton Park remains the greatest football stadium ever built.