West Ham defender Arthur Masuaku believes that his club will improve a lot under the guidance of David Moyes.
Moyes was appointed by the club earlier this month after Slaven Bilic was sacked following a disastrous start to the season.
Many fans of the club criticized the Hammers board for appointing Moyes as his previous three managerial spells with Manchester United, Real Sociedad and Sunderland were less than successful.
Moyes has been tasked this season to help the East London club avoid relegation from the Premier League and Masuaku is one of the players who is confident that the Scot will turn things around.
He said: “The new manager has changed some things – he’s more involved in training and if we make a mistake he will stop and explain what happened. With time we will improve a lot under him.”
Masuku was deployed in a more attacking role when the Hammers took on Leicester during the weekend and he was happy about this.
He added: “I enjoyed playing an attacking role. When I was younger I played in that position so it’s not new for me.”