Working from house appears to be going very properly for David Moyes!
The Scot equalled his largest win as West Ham supervisor as his facet secured an emphatic 4-Zero defeat of Wolves on Sunday.
However Moyes was unable to attend the conflict on the London Stadium after testing optimistic for coronavirus final week.
He’s presently self-isolating at house with assistant Alan Irvine overseeing issues on the touchline.
First-team coach Stuart Pearce was additionally seen working up and down the steps as he communicated with Moyes on the telephone.
Regardless of additionally lacking first-choice centre-back Issa Diop attributable to coronavirus, West Ham put Wolves to the sword.
Jarrod Bowen opened the scoring for the Hammers within the first-half after which doubled their lead simply earlier than the hour mark.
A Raul Jimenez personal aim put the sport to mattress within the 66th minute as Sebastien Haller added a fourth in injury-time.
It equalled Moyes’ largest win as West Ham boss when his gamers additionally put 4 objectives previous Bournemouth in January.
Irvine stated: “David was in communication with Stuart right through the sport – rather a lot, in truth – and that info was handed down.
“The subs have been David’s, I actually wasn’t going to be doing something. I relayed his messages to the gamers.”