The West Ham United youngster is looking forward to his future following the arrival of the Scot.
Hammers youngster Declan Rice spoke exclusively to the club's official website after picking up his PL2 October Player of the Month award, and delivered his opinion on the club's new manager David Moyes, highlighting the Scot's intense training sessions as something that has impressed him.
The 54-year-old was appointed as the new manager of West Ham on Tuesday, following the sacking of Slaven Bilic on Monday, and his arrival in east London has been met with frustration and disappointment from Hammers fans who expected a more exciting name to be given the chance.
West Ham are currently in a whole world of trouble, sitting precariously in 18th position in the Premier League table, and it will take a lot of work for Moyes to excavate his side from the mess that they currently find themselves in.
And according to Rice, that is exactly what the Scot has been doing.
“Training has been really good. He’s come in, already spoken to most of the lads and we know how he’s going to work. The manager had us doing double sessions on Wednesday and that was really tough but we know how he’s going to work and the boys, myself included, are really looking forward to it.”
Next up for the Hammers is a vital Premier League game against Watford at Vicarage Road on Sunday November 19th, and a victory will be of absolute paramount importance for Moyes, if he is to get the club's fans onside quickly.