David Moyes blasts Andre Ayew after West Ham departure

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"The next challenge is the one that is upon us and that is West Ham, so our focus stays clear on that".

Moyes installed Spanish keeper Adrian as his number one, but after seeing him ship eight goals in the last two matches the Hammers boss is turning back to Hart for Saturday's visit of Burnley.

West Ham are 14th in the league with 30 points, level with Swansea and Huddersfield Town and three points above the drop zone.

"We want to set a new marker" - Sean Dyche wants Burnley to achieve a record points total - whether or not it sees them finish above Arsenal.

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West Ham manager, David Moyes, has revealed the reason behind Andre Ayew's exit from the club. "With it being so tight at the bottom, losing is not an option for West Ham". They have had two sticky games so they will be fired up for this one.

The Hammers (7-9-13) have just one win - against Watford on February 10 - over their last seven games in all competitions and look to avoid a third consecutive defeat.

He said: "Last season was tough for me personally". That was frustrating but this season I think I have played some good football. "I hope, and I want the players to have the chance now to play with more freedom". They are coming together to celebrate the life of England's World Cup winning captain, Bobby Moore, who passed away twenty-five year ago: "Bobby was a wonderful footballer and a very good friend, Dear said".

While Gudmundsson is fully focused on helping Burnley, he has the huge carrot of a first World Cup finals this summer after Iceland built on their stunning European Championship performance by qualifying for Russian Federation.