Wagner calls for more against 'in-form' West Ham


West Ham manager David Moyes makes three changes to his team as they travel to Huddersfield Town.

The Austria worldwide created the opener for Mark Noble midway through the first half, only for Joe Lolley to level things up with his first league goal of the campaign. This is what we'd like to show on Saturday in front of our home crowd.

Jonas Lossl's short kick-out put his defence under pressure and Arnautovic was there to hound Lolley out of possession.

Lolley made amends in great style five minutes before the break, beating West Ham keeper Adrian with a fine curling left-foot shot to send the teams in level at the interval.

The second half couldn't have started any worse for Huddersfield.

Ligue 1 giants Nice are also keen on Shaqiri, who won the Bundesliga and Champions League with Bayern Munich, but West Ham will look to pip them to the signature of the 26-year-old who cost £12million upon arriving England from Inter Milan in 2015.

As the clock ticked past the hour he had his second, this time profiting from Arnautovic's rapid counter attack to lift the ball beyond Lossl.

The win was the 200th in the Premier League for Moyes, making him just the fourth to reach that milestone following Alex Ferguson, Arsene Wenger and Harry Redknapp.

The win moved West Ham above Huddersfield and up to 11th in the table and Moyes was delighted with the continued improvement from his team.

The former England global has also backed Marko Arnautovic to score the opening goal of the match.

- Huddersfield have conceded seven goals in their last two Premier League games, this after conceding six across their previous six.