Defiant Moyes insists troubled West Ham will stay up

West Ham manager David Moyes remained defiant after the 3-0 defeat at home to Burnley.

In a game marred by angry protests from Hammers fans at the London Stadium, Moyes’ side folded in the second half.

But Moyes remains confident that his team are good enough to avoid relegation from the Premier League.

The result against the Clarets left West Ham in a precarious position, just two places and three points above the relegation zone.

“Up until the goal you wouldn’t have thought that it would have been such a bad day,” Moyes told reporters after the game.

“We had played well enough to be in front but the first goal quickly altered things.

“We want the supporters behind us. Since I’ve been here they’ve been really good. But you can’t cross the line and come on to the pitch. A lot of my players did well with the way they acted.

“We still have plenty of games, we are good enough and we will be out of the bottom three come the end of the season. I’m confident that we have the players here.”

West Ham say they have launched an enquiry after fans invaded the pitch during the game.