According to GOAL, Arthur Masuaku believes West Ham will improve under the management of David Moyes.
After a shocking 4-1 defeat at home to Liverpool, Slaven Bilic was sacked as manager of West Ham, after taking charge of the club in the summer of 2015, leading them out of the Boleyn into the London Stadium.
The Croat was replaced by Premier League stalwart Moyes, who was expected to bring in much-needed fight and determination to a demoralised West Ham side.
However, the expected revitalisation under the Scotsman hasn’t gone to plan, after a 2-0 defeat away to Watford on his first game in charge of The Hammers, his home debut saw a big improvement, with West Ham dominating Leicester for most of the game, but they only came away with a 1-1 draw.
The situation became a lot worse last night, where Moyes travelled to his old side, Everton, and saw his current team get stomped 4-0 by The Toffees, where Wayne Rooney bagged a hat-trick.
Despite the awful form, West Ham left-back-come-winger Masuaku still believes his side will improve under Moyes, he said this after the Leicester game
The new manager has changed some things – he’s more involved in training and if we make a mistake he will stop and explain what happened, with time we will improve a lot under him.
The West Ham faithful will be hoping that the DR Congo international is right, as The Hammers are looking closer and closer to relegation this season.