David Moyes has no intention of selling Andy Carroll and Javier Hernandez

Ruben Hill
January 13, 2018

Carroll has been linked with a move to Chelsea, yet it seems that he will be staying at West Ham for the foreseeable future, with Moyes more concerned over a possible long term injury to Michail Antonio.

Their opponents this weekend have improved since David Moyes took over as manager in November and could leapfrog the Terriers with a win at the Kirklees Stadium. During that break from club football, Chicharito suffered a hamstring injury in El Tri's 3-3 friendly draw against Belgium.

The former Manchester United manager insisted the Mexico worldwide is a "really good player", despite suggestions he did not fit Moyes' game plan.

"No, I think you have to say the form of Marko Arnautovic and Michail Antonio have made it hard from the start".

"We would really like a couple of players in the January window if we could do it but I couldn't turn around and say to you that we're guaranteed to do it and I couldn't turn around and say to you and the West Ham supporters "Here we are this is what we've got", Moyes told whufc.com. "They've both done really well". We like him and there is no problem if he is still here. Now he is desperate to add reliability and Premier League experience to the West Ham squad and sees Arfield as an attractive option. He thrives on balls in the box and things around the box.

"We have got no players here who we want to leave".

The 54-year-old told reporters: "I don't want any of them to go".

Huddersfield have not won in the league since that triumph over the Hornets and despite occupying 11 place in the standings, they are still only four points clear of the relegation zone. Also, I had Wayne Rooney, Robin van Persie and Danny Welbeck, to name a few.

"At United, Sir Alex Ferguson used to play him from the bench quite a lot", Moyes said.

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