David Moyes’ West Ham lost to Manchester City last weekend and the picture, unfortunately, does not get any better for the former Manchester United manager. The Hammers are scheduled to take on Chelsea and Arsenal respectively in back to back games and Moyes will be eager to register his first win as West Ham manager against Chelsea this weekend.

And in a bid to do that Moyes has finally received some good news as far as his team selection is concerned. According to reports coming out of London, West Ham striker Javier Hernandez has returned back to training ahead of the weekend clash versus Chelsea.

The former United man is currently the second top scorer for the Hammers with 4 goals in 13 appearances but the Mexican has been out with an injury since the international break. Hernandez is yet to feature for West Ham under new manager David Moyes and his return to training will certainly be a boost for the club.

The Hammers take on Chelsea this weekend after which they host Arsenal during a midweek fixture. David Moyes’ side is currently 19th on the league table and they will have to pick up as many points as possible from these crunch fixtures if they want to play in the Premier League next season.

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