The Hammers were ruthless in the final third, punishing the Terriers for a number of defensive errors which paved the way for Mark Noble's opener before
"I was a bit disappointed going in 1-1 at half-time, and we told them that. I was disappointed with bits of our play but right from the off [in the second half], we got a break and Marko scored.
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"I was delighted with the front two, who caused them problems all day, but it was a real team effort. They all worked hard doing their jobs so I have to praise them all."
The victory was Moyes' 200th as a manager in the Premier League, a feat which is matched only by Alex Ferguson (528), Arsene Wenger (468) and Harry Redknapp (236), a prestigious group which Moyes is proud to be a member of.
He said: "I am proud because it's not easy to manage in the Premier League. It's difficult to stay in the jobs for a long period of time. I was very fortunate in the early part of my career to have good chairmen who gave me time to collect those wins.
"It's a good achievement and there's some really big names who have won those number of games and more as well," he added.