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Moyes loving life at West Ham after draw against Arsenal | Match Report.



By Neil Johnston | BBC Sport



West Ham manager David Moyes said he is "really enjoying" life with the Hammers after his side earned a valuable point in their fight against relegation by holding Arsenal.

The Gunners are without a Premier League win in three games and are now down to seventh in the table as West Ham continued their revival under new manager Moyes.

They followed up Saturday's win over champions Chelsea by holding Arsene Wenger's side at London Stadium.

"There's a good spirit at the moment, they're all at it together," said Moyes, whose side remain in the relegation places but are level on points with Crystal Palace and West Brom, who are above the drop zone on goal difference.

"I want them to be more robust and we're still a bit easy to play against. We're trying to improve that and we want to make our football better.

"There's a lot to improve but the first thing was to stop conceding goals. I'm really enjoying it here."

Arsenal's Nigeria forward Alex Iwobi struck the outside of Adrian's post as Wenger's side failed to score in the Premier League for the first time in three months.

West Ham also hit the woodwork in the closing stages through substitute Javier Hernandez after the Gunners failed to clear.

Arsenal could have climbed to fourth with a win, but the draw leaves them a point behind Tottenham, who are in the final Champions League place.

"There's always concern about the table as we are here to win games," said Wenger.

"We had so much of the ball, but it was very frustrating because we could even have lost it at the end."


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