Moyes content despite stalemate - West Ham United 1-1 AFC Bournemouth - Reaction

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The Mexican striker is surplus to requirements at the London stadium despite only joining the Hammers last summer, and Turkish giants Besiktas have opted to swoop for Hernandez as they look for a replacement for the departed Cenk Tosun, according to Goal.

Begovic again came to the Cherries' rescue before the hour mark when he parried James Collins' glanced header away from the chasing Lanzini, while Arnautovic failed to make the most of a one-on-one opportunity by getting the ball stuck under his feet, granting Steve Cook time to race in for a recovery challenge.

"Well, Chicharito, there has been speculation about him but there has been speculation about Andy Carroll, Diafra Sakho - there's been speculation about every man and their dog here", said Moyes, who also confirmed Manuel Lanzini suffered a hamstring injury.

"In the end, I wasn't unhappy with a point, but I have to say we missed some big chances which we could have got ourselves out of sight", Moyes added.

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West Ham manager David Moyes has looked to end speculation over Javier Hernandez's future, insisting he has no interest in losing players from a squad he is looking to bolster in January.

"I think we will work with the players we've got, but we've got too many out injured at the moment".

"But we grew into the game, got better as it went on. Today, the boys who have probably been a handful all year just didn't quite get the magic today which we needed from them". It was a similar start to the second half if I'm honest, but then we scored a great goal, and you hope with the way that we have defended for the majority of the game, that it was going to be enough to win it.

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