David Moyes has issued a warning to his players following last night’s disastrous defeat to Everton.
The Scot, who was returning to his former home for the first time as West Ham manager, witnessed his side on the end of a 4-0 drubbing at the Goodison Park.
Wayne Rooney, who played under Moyes at both Everton and Manchester United, hit a sensational hat-trick in front of his former boss, before Ashley Williams completed the rout with a fine header late on.
Still looking for his first win at Hammers boss, Moyes has laid down the law for his stars after last night’s thrashing.
He said: “I thought we were completely submissive in the first half and the worst thing was individual mistakes cost us.
“I think in the time I’ve been here, in the three games I’ve had, the goals we’re conceding are from individual (errors).
“I don’t think it is because we are not organised or not running hard enough to get back into position, or the players are not showing the right attitude.
“I actually think it was individual mistakes in the games that are costing us, so we either have to eradicate it or find people who are not going to make the individual mistakes.”