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West Ham star reportedly set to leave in January

West Ham star reportedly set to leave in January

"Arsenal had more possession and played the game, but we defended well and they didn't really have any clear, clear chances".

"We know these games against the big teams will be hard but we had our chances", he said.

West Ham United's three-game unbeaten run in the Premier League has given them confidence and can propel them to a another victory over relegation-threatened Newcastle United on Saturday, defender James Collins has said.

According to reports, striker Diafra Sakho looks set to leave West Ham during the January transfer window. "Everyone wants to win a cup, I'd love to, but ultimately all the talking at the end of the season will be about the Premier League".

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Eyebrows were raised when the Hammers opted to replace Slaven Bilic with David Moyes last month, but recent results have suggested the Scot may be the right man for the job after all.

Lanzini will be serving the second match of his ban in this contest, depriving Moyes of his top playmaker since Lanzini leads the team with four assists in all competitions.

Newcastle dropped to 18th in the standings with their 1-0 defeat at Arsenal last weekend marking their eighth loss in nine league games. "We're going to keep running and playing and trying to give them a better football to make them happy".

They are 0-2-5 on the road since a 1-0 victory at last-place Swansea City on September 10, and they have shipped 14 goals in those seven matches with only six in reply. We know it is hard because the situation is not good but the team, the club and the staff are all together and we will fight for the three points. The area that he may edge the banned midfielder is in effort. The Irons, though, are 3-1-2 in their last six at home versus Newcastle.