West Ham boss David Moyes keen for January market to be shortened

Jose Mourinho Manager of Manchester United looks thoughtful at half time during the Emirates FA Cup Third Round match between Manchester United and Derby County at Old Trafford on January

West Ham boss David Moyes keen for January market to be shortened

"Diafra is injured, so I couldn't give you any update on it at all".

"I think it can be unsettling for players but also it can be a time when you can improve your side if you can find the players to do so".

Carroll has been linked with a move to Chelsea, yet it seems that he will be staying at West Ham for the foreseeable future, with Moyes more concerned over a possible long term injury to Michail Antonio.

"The form of Marko Arnautovic and Michail Antonio, at the start, has probably made it hard". His finishing ability is as good as there is. He thrives on balls in the box and things around the box.

We like him and there is no problem if he is still here.

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"I don't want any of them to go", Moyes added. We've got players like Chicharito who need supplying in the box. Now he is desperate to add reliability and Premier League experience to the West Ham squad and sees Arfield as an attractive option. So ideally, we strengthen. My intention is not to let anyone go.

So could the reported striker clear-out suggest that West Ham are one of two Premier League clubs reportedly interested in former Watford star Odion Ighalo? It's a crucial epoch that Moyes is fully aware of the importance. Then we went into sort of a heavy period with not only the number of fixtures, but the teams we were playing.

It's not unusual in the Premier League, for example, for players who are not in their club teams to think they can move on when, in fact, they can't.

But James Collins, Aaron Cresswell, Marko Arnautovic and Manuel Lanzini have shaken off knocks to return to the squad.

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