West Ham boss David Moyes has hailed his side for the vital three points they earned in their 2-1 win over West Brom to take the Hammers out of the bottom three.
In the first time West Ham have come from behind to win at the London Stadium, the Hammers managed to respond from going behind through a James McClean goal to secure victory thanks to a brace from Andy Carroll.
It was a real hammer blow on Tuesday night for the Baggies to concede a 94th minute winner, having only played two days previous against Arsenal.
Moyes was delighted with the result and now faces a quick turnaround of his own as West Ham prepare to face Tottenham at Wembley on Thursday.
He said: "It was so important as it could have gone either way. The first half was not good, but the second half was much more like it. We got the reward for keeping at it.
"Our hopes are not to be in the relegation positions, but we are in there. I am told it is the first time the club has come from behind since we moved to the stadium."
West Ham are 11.00 to win, 6.00 to draw and 1.30 to lose to Spurs at Wembley.
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