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David Moyes set his sight on Champions League qualification after West Ham’s staggering win against Liverpool in Premier League

David Moyes has set his standards very high as he continues to maintain his 7 match unbeaten streak and aims to qualify for the Champions League in the next season.

West Ham have been in an electric form this season as they secured their seventh win in the Premier League against Liverpool on Sunday Night. The Hammers have now been unbeaten for the last 7 games, as they won 6 and drew 1 match.

The atmosphere in the London Stadium was filled with excitement and joy, with both the teams giving a neck to neck fight to each other until the very last minute of the game.

The match ended in a 3-2 scoreline with Fornals and Zouma being the man of the hour for the Hammers even though Arnold and Origi scored they could not save the Reds from the loss.

David Moyes aiming to qualify for the Champions League next season

David Moyes

David Moyes and his team are looking to continue their form in the league and better their record from next season, where they reached the Europa League. After securing a 3-2 victory against Liverpool, Moyes spoke on the lines of finishing in the top four.

He said, “I want to be really positive all the time, I would like to say that is what we can do. I don’t see that at the moment.

“We can challenge the top four but whoever they are I want to see if we can give us an opportunity, we missed out on Champions League football by two points [last season] so why can we not be there?

“We are not getting carried away but this is feeling good at the moment.”

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