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David Moyes believes he could manage any team in the world and wants to prove it at West Ham.
Moyes appears to be instigating a revival at his new club, with Saturday's 3-0 victory at Stoke their third consecutive game without defeat.
Before then, Moyes' side had lost 2-1 at Manchester City before beating Chelsea and drawing against Arsenal at home.
They have climbed out of the relegation places and now sit 15th in the table ahead of Tuesday's Carabao Cup quarter-final away at Arsenal.
Like West Ham, Moyes admits he is also rebuilding his reputation after ill-fated spells in charge of Manchester United, Real Sociedad and Sunderland.
"I have to come here and show I can do it," said the Scot. "If you're any player you have to come and show what you can do. Your reputation doesn't stand for anything.
"You have to come here and try to get up and show you're capable of doing the job. I think I'm capable of doing the job at any club in the world so I'm sure I can do it at West Ham."
West Ham manager David Moyes is surprised by the Football Association's decision to charge Manuel Lanzini for diving.
But Moyes admits West Ham are yet to decide if they will appeal against the Argentinian's two-match ban before Tuesday's deadline of 6pm.
Lanzini won a penalty against Stoke on Saturday after he was challenged by Erik Pieters, with Hammers captain Mark Noble converting from the spot to give his side a 1-0 lead.
The decision infuriated Stoke manager Mark Hughes, who is now under even more pressure following their 3-0 home defeat.
Lanzini is the second Premier League player to be charged for the "successful deception of a match official" - in this case referee Graham Scott - after Everton striker Oumar Niasse was the first to be penalised last month.
"I am a bit surprised because of the incident in the game," Moyes said. "The referee was 10 yards from the ball with nothing blocking his vision.
"It is clear to see the defender makes an attempt to go for the ball and doesn't get it. From my point of view, they are going against the referee, whoever the panel were."
Lanzini is now set to be suspended for West Ham's Carabao Cup quarter-final against Arsenal on Tuesday, as well their crunch basement battle with Newcastle in the Premier League on Saturday.
On whether West Ham will appeal, Moyes said: "We are going to have a talk about it this afternoon and decide what we are going to do. We will look at it."
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Slaven Bilic expected his sacking by West Ham after a poor start to a "crucial season" which club bosses believe can still lead to a top-10 finish in the Premier League.
Bilic, who was appointed in June 2015 on a three-year contract, was axed on Monday after Saturday's 4-1 loss to Liverpool left West Ham 18th in the table after 11 games.
Former Everton, Manchester United and Sunderland boss David Moyes is anticipated to be named as his successor - to become just the Hammers' 16th boss in 117 years. Moyes on Sunday expressed interest in replacing Bilic.
After finishing seventh in his first season and 11th last term, Bilic paid the price for a poor start to his third season as boss.
"I suspected it to be fair," Bilic told Sky Sports News as he left West Ham's training ground.
"We didn't start this crucial season well. We hoped that we could make that step (up) from the start and thought we could make it.
"Of course, you are always hoping and believing in yourself that you can turn it around and do it, otherwise you wouldn't be in this level.
"But it doesn't mean I don't understand the move that the club has made.
"No hard feelings. When I look back on my time, I am very proud of my work here."