David Moyes: 'No special treatment for Javier Hernandez'

David Moyes: 'No special treatment for Javier Hernandez'

West Ham boss David Moyes has jumped into the battle for Liverpool striker Danny Ings. They are now languishing in 18th position on the Premier League standings after taking just nine points from their opening 11 games of the League.

As for Watford, they've been one of the surprise packages of this season's Premier League.

The Croatian joined West Ham in 2015 and led the club to their best Premier League points tally - 62 - during his first campaign in charge, with Payet an instrumental figure after his arrival from Marseille. Last time out the Hornets lost a dramatic 5-goal thriller at Everton, as Tom Cleverley missed a penalty in the 101st minute.

The Mexico global sustained the problem during his country's 3-3 friendly draw with Belgium on Friday night, with the injury marring his 100th worldwide appearance.

Furthermore, the 29-year-old striker picked up a hamstring injury during his 100th appearance for Mexico against Belgium on Friday.

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West Ham are a team full of prima donnas as it is, with their gradual decline being caused by having too many overpaid, overrated players amongst the squad.

The former Manchester United and Everton manager will need to decide quickly what he is going to do as West Ham are now mired in a relegation battle, a position a club of their stature should not be in.

Moyes was Chicharito's boss at Old Trafford, however the pair didn't seem to gel too well.

Hernandez does not enjoy good memories working under Moyes.

The ex-Bayer Leverkusen forward has undergone tests and will be rested from the friendly against Poland next week, returning to West Ham where he will be evaluated by the club's medical officials when the length of his absence will be determined.