Moyes admits his plan against Chelsea is to score and not concede a goal

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West Ham are deep in relegation battle, as the Hammers are currently 17th in the Premier League table, level on points with Bournemouth and Aston Villa.

West Ham has lost twice since the League’s restart, losing 2-0 to Wolves and Tottenham.

Speaking ahead of the game, Moyes has revealed that the caliber of sides he has faced since the restart has been top teams fighting for a place in Europe.

“I’ve played two teams who would not look out of place in the Champions League if they qualify for it in Wolves and Tottenham,” Moyes said in his press release ahead of Chelsea clash.

“You have seen how well Wolves have started the season [since the restart], we know what Tottenham have got, so I actually think we were always having a difficult return with the teams we had to play and it proved to be.

“I actually think that we have done a lot of good things. Sometimes when teams are in this position you get questioned a little bit, but we had our second-best physical stats in the game against Tottenham, we had our third most sprints of the season.

“Sometimes you have got to be careful that you are not picking out the wrong picture. We feel that there is a lot of good things that we are trying to do.”

Speaking ahead of Chelsea game, Moyes admitted that his plan is to score goals and not concede.

He said: “I’m trying to win and we’re preparing to win all the games. We went to Anfield and gave a really good account of ourselves. I’ve got to hope we can tip the balance and take something. We’ve got to try and score goals and not concede.”

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