"The last match gave us motivation, more credibility".
"We will not be signing a player that the manager hasn't seen play, and we hope we will spend our money better".
Not only has Moyes improved the side, but the relegation fight has certainly opened up, with a host of clubs now in the mix - and a huge amount of sides aware that a string of bad results would see them face the drop - and that can only be a good thing for West Ham and their odds of survival.
But when Arnautovic, fit again after three games out injured, began to get on the ball West Ham looked a totally different team, especially to the one which surrendered so meekly at Brighton last weekend.
"We were very soft during all the match", Hornets boss Gracia told Sky Sports.
Despite the Hornets impressive 4-1 victory over Chelsea, Javi Garcia's side never was able to challenge Adrian with a save he couldn't make, as the Hornets pressure in the second half to equalize was blunted by solid defensive organization from Moyes' men.
"I want to set something in, a procedure, a set up that will long term deliver better". We are not going to games for any reason other than we love West Ham.
"We'll have a massive video analysis department, increase the scouting department, every player will be looked at five or six times". We want to be there because we love the club, we care, we are fans.
Watford have the chance to win back-to-back league games for the first time since November. "They want to succeed and do better, and with your help and unity they can".