West Ham boss David Moyes disappointed by leaking of Andy Carroll meeting

West Ham United's English goalkeeper Joe Hart saves a shot from Arsenal's English striker Danny Welbeck during the English Premier League football match between Arsenal and West Ham United

West Ham United's English goalkeeper Joe Hart saves a shot from Arsenal's English striker Danny Welbeck during the English Premier League football match between Arsenal and West Ham United

West Ham inflicted a fourth loss in five Premier League matches on the Foxes, and Puel is keen to stop the rot with next season in mind - but there are two hard games to overcome against Spurs and Arsenal first.

The east London side are without a win from their last four games, and have tricky home matches against Manchester United and Everton to come. An unsuccessful stadium move and prolonged fan dissatisfaction with the hierarchy's decisions boiled over in the form of protests on the field and in the stand earlier this season.

"In a hard period we always have some negativity and blame, it is normal", he said.

Following a first win in five games, Moyes said: "I'm really pleased with the performance, the first half especially". It was a tough period in October.

David Moyes' side have seen nine of their last 11 on the road end with three goals or more, and the two that failed finished 1-1.

"Perhaps it was too hot to give more intensity, I don't know". We're backing him to find the net for the 18th time this season.

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In the 39 games he has played, he has scored or assisted an impressive 21 goals, helping Villa to a fourth place finish in the Sky Bet Championship.

Asked to clarify his final remarks, Moyes, whose future at the club beyond this season is unclear, said: "The leaks make it very hard".

"We are capable of playing like that, capable of that every week and not just on the odd occasion", he said.

"So until we get in a position where we sort of completely there, and even if we were". I want a consistency.

"There are so many things at football clubs that can happen daily, whether it be transfers, dealing with players or team selections, and you hope you get a bit of trust. You have to be mindful that our last three games have been Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester City and I think for anybody that would be a tough run of fixtures".

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