Slaven Bilic thoroughly enjoyed his return to West Ham, claiming the first scalp of the FA Cup fourth round as his West Brom side knocked out their Premier League counterparts on Saturday.
Despite a late red card, the Baggies left London laughing as Conor Townsend's ninth-minute strike separated the two sides at the final whistle.
Baggies boss Bilic admitted beating his former club, where he spent a little over two years in the hot seat, was satisfying.
As quoted by BBC Sport, the Croat said: "
"Did it feel a bit sweeter to win here? Yes, a bit to be fair, but it is not that I am sour or that I had a point to prove here. I just wanted to win," he added. "
The Hammers sit above the relegation zone on goal difference and their lacklustre efforts against West Brom - despite playing a near full-strength side - have piled pressure on the Scottish manager.
"We did not start the game well. We gave up opportunities in the early part of the game and they were better than us in the opening period and they got their goal in that time," confessed Moyes.
"We were a bit fortunate we did not concede another goal but we got through to half-time and I made a decision to make a few changes," he added.
Source : 90min