West Ham defender Collins: Moyes taking us 'miles from where we were'

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West Ham United welcome Newcastle United to the London Stadium on Saturday as they seek to extend their unbeaten run to four games.

"We know these games against the big teams will be hard but we had our chances", he said.

"Every game in the Premier League is hard - we know that - but we need to win and we will go to West Ham's stadium looking to take the three points".

"You look at games like that and think 'if you can play like that against Arsenal, why not against clubs lower down the league?' You have to do it week-in-week-out, against teams around you". "Everyone wants to win a cup, I'd love to, but ultimately all the talking at the end of the season will be about the Premier League".

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The striker is reported to have been involved in a row with Hammers manager David Moyes over appearance bonuses.

"It's very, very important, we need to take the three points, we need to win", striker Joselu told NUFCTV. After performing well in a narrow 2-1 loss to runaway leaders Manchester City at the start of December, the east Londoners sprung a surprise by beating reigning champions Chelsea, before holding Arsenal to a scoreless stalemate and beating Stoke City 3-0 last time out. "We're going to keep running and playing and trying to give them a better football to make them happy".

With the sale of the team from Mike Ashley to Amanda Steveley's consortium moving forward, talk has already centered on who Newcastle could bring in for reinforcements in the January window.

Newcastle, conversely, are on a rotten run at present, with eight defeats in their last nine matches seeing them slip into the relegation zone. Joselu opened his scoring account with the Magpies on 36 minutes before second-half goals by Ciaran Clark and Aleksandar Mitrovic secured the three points.