David Moyes was left licking his lips at the possibility of exactly how great West Ham could be after they declared themselves on the Europa League stage with a 2-0 success at Dinamo Zagreb. Objectives from Michail Antonio and Declan Rice gave the Hammers an agreeable triumph on their introduction in the gathering stages against a prepared European side. “I was truly satisfied with the manner in which the players played,” Moyes said. “Zagreb have a great history in European football so I realized it would have been an intense game and the players were made mindful of that. Peruse MORE Enthusiasm Guardiola ‘enchanted’ for Jack Grealish after Manchester City hit Leipzig for six “It’s a new thing for us, unquestionably to somebody like Declan Rice who’s played for his nation however not in Europe for his club, so it’s something he must become accustomed to for what it’s worth for the greater part of the players here. “I’m truly amped up for the possibility of marginally not knowing how great they could be. We acquired some new players around evening time and didn’t look any the more terrible for it. “Greater difficulties will come and my objective is still to in any case be in Europe after Christmas, when different groups come in. It’s just one game, yet the players are in a decent spot.” Antonio opened the scoring in the 22nd moment on account of a stunning backpass that will give Jesse Lingard flashbacks to his mistake this week. Kevin Theophile-Catherine was the liable party with Antonio on to the free ball like a blaze, jabbing it past abandoned goalkeeper Dominik Livakovic and folding it into an unfilled net. Britain midfielder Rice multiplied the lead five minutes into the subsequent half, blasting through a test on the midway line and flooding forward prior to lashing a shot through Livakovic’s legs. It was an objective that likened to a player whose certainty is building and working after his heroics with England at Euro 2020. “I think what he’s attempted to do is take himself to a higher level,” Moyes said. “He’s a staggering player and he’s improving. “He’s chief of West Ham, without precedent for Europe and he’s scored an objective that made the game a bit more agreeable. “He’s still just 22, he’s a little fellow with a major future. It’s slowly and carefully however he’s doing all around well for us. “The capacity to flood away from individuals, his force and speed, is an incredible characteristic. He gets a bit of ribbing for not scoring enough objectives so he’s starting to stand up a bit now.”