David Moyes is seeking continual improvement after West Ham extended their unbeaten run to seven games.

The Hammers' undefeated sequence began with a 3-3 Boxing Day draw at Bournemouth, who were the opponents in a 1-1 draw at the London Stadium yesterday.

Moyes described the first half as the best football of his reign, which began in November. But he will demand more.

"I'm looking for better. A lot of the games we've been winning, but I'm looking for more," the former Everton and Manchester United boss said.

"I thought there were bits of the more (against Bournemouth). This is just beginning to get a little bit more design to it.

"We've got blistering power and pace up front, which we can use, ability on the ball.

"We've got to try to mix it and do the right thing. Once or twice we didn't quite get it right. We missed a cutting edge."

Javier Hernandez could be the man to convert those chances into goals.

The Mexico striker replaced Manuel Lanzini - a scan to determine the extent of his hamstring injury is planned - and equalised moments from the restart after Ryan Fraser had put Bournemouth ahead in the Premier League clash.

Moyes afterwards expressed hope Hernandez would score goals for weeks and months to come after the striker's first since October, dismissing speculation of a January move.

Hammers captain Mark Noble added on whufc.com: "He hasn't played much football recently, and that's what he does - gets in those positions.

"I hope there's lots more to come, he's a great finisher as we know.

"The way Manu (Lanzini) and Marko (Arnautovic) have been playing, obviously the manager has had to stick with them, but he's come on and scored a very important goal for us."

Bournemouth are now unbeaten in five in the league, but were disappointed not to capitalise on opening the scoring.

Substitute Junior Stanislas threaded a fine pass through for Fraser to get behind Pablo Zabaleta and slide the ball past Adrian.

Cherries boss Eddie Howe praised Fraser, who scored twice in the December 30 win over Everton.

Howe said: "I'd urge all my players to try to bring goals into their game.

"Ryan has got better and better in recent weeks. He's been an outstanding player for us. He's now hitting the net regularly.

"I'm delighted with him personally. He's in great form."