They still have to play the two Manchester clubs at home, and face hard trips to Chelsea and Arsenal before the season ends, so Moyes will surely be targeting tomorrow's clash with the Clarets as an absolute must win game.
The Ghana worldwide laid on two assists for Carlos Carvalhal's side as the Hammers suffered a 4-1 defeat inspired by the former Marseille attacker, leaving fans to question their club's decision to sell the versatile forward.
"We need to get points, it's as simple as that". Yes, because I think we've got enough here and we will pick up results.
"I have a message to say that it is great for the players and the management that they are not marching", he said.
"Every game is going to be really important and until we get the points to remain a Premier League team, which I believe we will do, you have got to get them", he added.
"I'm sure the fans will be behind us on Saturday". His goals against Liverpool and Swansea in the last two games took his league tally to three. The victory also meant they have reached 40 points in the league, five behind sixth-placed Arsenal with the prospect of Europa League qualification not out of their reach. Sean Dyche's group finally put a stop to an 12-match winless stretch over all competitions with a come-from-behind 2-1 win over Everton at Turf Moor.
Icelandic winger Gudmundsson has been one of the stand-out Burnley players this season, scoring twice and setting up six goals as well as many more chances with his excellent delivery from the left. "To get to 40 points at this stage of the season is very pleasing and the lads have earned the right to do that".
"Then you're free to go on and hopefully play well, get the shoulders back slightly and have that little bit more of a touch of mild arrogance just to take on each challenge as it comes. I hope the Hammers can win this one for him".