Moyes Quells Striker Exit Talk
This Saturday, West Ham United make the trip to Yorkshire to take on Huddersfield Town.
It`s a fixture the Hammers support hope the Hammers can win.
Ahead of the tip north, David Moyes held his pre-match press conference today and one of the topics discussed was the recent speculation linking Javier Hernandez with a move away from the club.
Moyes, talking about such speculation, remarked,
'The form of Marko Arnautovic and Antonio at the start has made it difficult for Chicharito and he was injured when I first arrived.
'He is a really good player, he thrives on things in and around the box but sometimes we haven't had the service to him.'
A fair point, before adding about the possibility of any of the squad being allowed to leave this January transfer window, to which the Scot replied,
'I don`t want any players to go. Ideally we strengthen, my intention is not to let anyone go.
'We have four or five strikers and there is competition. It would take an awful lot of money to prise them away.'
Does that rule out the Saho to Crystal Palace and Andy Carroll to Chelsea rumours?
Or are those two clubs willing to pay an awful lot of money?