West Ham fine Andy Carroll after early bench exit against Manchester City

Pablo Zabaleta insists he is fully focused on picking up three points at Leicester this weekend

Pablo Zabaleta insists he is fully focused on picking up three points at Leicester this weekend

They have lost their last two outings, including a 4-1 thumping by league champions Manchester City last time out.

"I was really disappointed in Andy - I don't believe there was any excuse for what he did".

Reports from the training ground the next day claimed that Carroll and Moyes were involved in a heated discussion about the incident and the West Ham boss has since revealed that he'd made a decision to fine the striker.

"Initially, I wasn't aware that he had left the bench and I didn't hear what had happened until after the game". I told him it was unacceptable and sent him away. Things go on all the time at clubs and there needs to be some privacy.

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'All of the video games now are huge, ' Moyes added.

"We've moved on", Moyes said at a news conference on Friday. We're fairly completely satisfied now it is executed and dusted. Danny Simpson and Adrien Silva could return to the starting line-up after being benched last weekend, while Aleksander Dragovic could also make a first start since Wes Morgan returned from injury.

West Ham remain in a precarious position in the Premier League, just three points above the relegation zone, following successive 4-1 defeats to Arsenal and City.

Leicester, who sacked Craig Shakespeare at the beginning of the season in favour of former Southampton manager Puel, will likely finish in the top ten but their last win came back in March, suffering three defeats in their last four games.

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"The mood is good".

"The motivation and attitude has been very good".

"I know my work, I know what we need to do, what we want for the end of the season, for next season, but of course it's important to try and bring together this energy".

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