Angelo Ogbonna trusts West Ham head coach David Moyes merits all the credit for their turnabout in outcomes.
At the point when Hammers supporters were last permitted in the London Stadium in February, they saw their team struggling in the last three.
This Saturday, the 2,000 fans who will be available to host
will watch a side fifth in the table after three consecutive triumphs.
, who scored the opener in Monday night's 2-1 triumph over Aston Villa, stated:
“The potential of the squad here has always been high, always.
“I want to give a big credit to the manager. Since he came in he changed a lot of things – discipline, hard work and you can see it on the pitch. He has a lot of credit on that one.
“We want to achieve what we can in the future, I don’t know what but if we perform we can get good results. Sometimes we can be lucky, sometimes not. I think if you change your mentality, something can happen positive.”West Ham
was lucky against The Lions. Jack Grealish equalized Ogbonna's second-minute header however got the lead again through Jarrod Bowen's goal in the 46th minute.
In any case, Ollie Watkins missed a penalty kick for Villa and had a last-wheeze goal precluded by VAR for offside although it looked like Ogbonna was fouling him.
“The game finished. I think it is their problem,” Ogbonna added. “The VAR decided that it was offside so we keep the offside and get three points and we look forward for the next game.
“We didn’t play very well but we escaped at the end and I think it is important for us to get three points.
“I am really happy with the goal but all the team wasn’t happy with the performance. Last season in this kind of game we could have lost – but we got the three points.”
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