West Ham United turn their attentions to the Carabao Cup on Tuesday evening, as they welcome Charlton to the London Stadium.
The Irons will be looking to react from their disappointing Premier League opener against Newcastle on Saturday where they lost 2-0.
With Charlton playing in League One after last season’s relegation, West Ham will be expected to make many changes from Saturday’s defeat.
Moyes has dropped a hint before the clash, claiming that Tuesday’s game will give his fringe players a chance to impress.
“I’ve always tried to win every cup in which my club has been entered,” he told the official club website.
“Ultimately though, the Premier League will always be a priority for every member club because of the finances it generates, particularly during these times made more uncertain by the presence of COVID-19.
“Tonight’s game will provide me with a chance to give some players an opportunity to show me what they can do. I have always believed throughout my managerial career that success in any competition is a good thing.”
Looking at the bench from the Newcastle clash, his fringe players will still make it a very strong squad against Charlton.
Andriy Yarmolenko, Manuel Lanzini, Felipe Anderson and Sebastien Haller all didn’t start against Newcastle and will be expecting to start on Tuesday.
Younger options such as Ben Johnson and Josh Cullen will also be wanting the chance to impress and Moyes could be giving them that chance.
A win would give the Irons the chance of a third-round tie against either Leeds or Hull, and a victory is the only thing on the mind of the Irons.
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