WEST Ham’s David Moyes reveals that he thinks Saints have “a really good team and a good model with the way they work,” ahead of the Premier League clash tomorrow.

Since returning as manager of the Hammers in December 2019, Moyes has picked up two wins and a draw against Saints – conceding just once and scoring six – but also managed them to a 3-0 victory in March 2018.

The 58-year-old former Manchester United boss is one of the more experience managers in the Premier League, having managed since 1998 where his playing career had ended at Preston North End.

Since joining Everton, other than a brief spell between 2014 and 2016 in which he also tried his hand unsuccessfully in Spain’s La Liga with Real Sociedad, the Scot has always managed in England’s Premier League.

Ahead of the contest at St Mary’s, Moyes picked Saints out for praise, saying: "I've always thought they've got a really good team and a good model with the way they work at the club.

“When you have to sell players on and bring players in, quite often it's the new young players who give everybody a lift, so it'll be a tough game.

“Southampton will know they'll get a tough game against West Ham as well."

Moyes was celebrating a huge achievement of qualifying for the Europa League with the London outfit back in May, the last time these two sides had met, after a Pablo Fornals double helped secure a 3-0 win.