Antonio seems to be angling for a move having this week revealed on The Footballer’s Football Podcast that he has been in contact with other clubs. The striker said: “Honestly, I’ve not ruled anything out. That’s all I can say, nothing has been ruled out. There are talks so whatever happens, happens. ”But Moyes, who lost new signing Danny Ings to an injury on his debut against Everton last weekend, has no intention of letting West Ham’s all-time top Premier League goalscorer leave.
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He had not scored a goal since October until his timely double secured a 2-0 win over Everton last weekend. “Last year, in the second half of the season he took over the goalscoring here and got us big goals, in Europe and in the league, ” said Moyes. “To get named in the England squad and probably having a big hope that he would make the squad to go to the World Cup, but he’s not performed well in the first half of the season and he’s got a lot more to go again.
“From the start of the season to November he probably didn’t perform well enough in those six to eight weeks. He didn’t get goals. If he’d got three or four goals he might have been the one going to the World Cup maybe more so than some others who popped in at the last minute. “He was so disappointed with himself, gutted that he didn’t do that. I think it was hanging on him a little bit. “So I’m hoping those goals have given him big confidence to go and show what he can do. He can score, he can create goals, he’s been a great buy for us and a really good team player. ”SmileWill Wrexham be up against Son Heung-min and Tottenham in round five of the FA Cup? The Welsh side, the only non-league team left in the competition, need to win an away replay at Sheffield United first. 'We are fortunate because we have got a good team'Derby County v West Ham United (19:45 GMT)Derby County are unbeaten in any competition since a 1-0 defeat at Ipswich Town in October and have won their last six ahead of the Hammers’ visit.
We need to play well and go about the job the best way we can. "We did well against Everton and need to follow that up. When you win it makes a big difference. On making six changes: "When you've got a squad of players there are a lot of players that want games and you need to keep them happy. "A lot have been champing at the bit so they get their chance. "We want to build momentum. We have a lot of games coming up and we're involved in Europe too. "Warne on having to win over the Derby fansDerby County v West Ham United (19:45 GMT)Paul Warne accepts Derby fans might not have been “dancing a jig” when he was appointed as their new manager earlier this season.
Warne joined from Championship side Rotherham in September and was given the task of rebuilding the Rams after they nearly went out of business under their previous owner. The 49-year-old says the Derby fanbase were perhaps hoping for a “sexier name” to replace Liam Rosenior having previously had the likes of Wayne Rooney and Frank Lampard in their dugout. But Warne is proving exactly why owner David Clowes made him his only target as he has transformed the Rams and propelled them into the League One automatic promotion race with a 13-game unbeaten run. "I haven’t read the fans think we are rubbish, but I'm well aware bigger clubs want bigger sexier names because that is what we have had, ” Warne told the PA news agency. “We have followed (Phillip) Cocu, Lampard, Rooney, Liam and then it is four lads from up the road.
“All I have done is come across really positive people, all the letters and emails I receive are really positive, ” said manager Paul Warne. “But in fairness we could work hard as possible, do everything right and if the team don’t perform right we are not going to be popular. “We are fortunate because we have got a good team, the lads have bought into what we want to do and we are winning games. “I like to think the fans like what the team is doing and I’d like to think the fanbase and owners can see what we are trying to do. ”'We want to build momentum'Derby County v West Ham United (19:45 GMT)West Ham UnitedWest Ham manager David Moyes on ITV: "It's a great club and we're looking forward to the game. "Derby are on a really good run.
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