Mark Noble scored twice as David Moyes' second spell in charge of West Ham United got off to a dream start with a 4-0 victory over AFC Bournemouth.
The Hammers took the lead on 17 minutes after Noble's deflected strike rolled in before Sebastien Haller doubled the home side's advantage eight minutes later with a superb scissor-kick.
Noble scored his second from the penalty spot in the 35th minute after he was fouled by Harry Wilson before Felipe Anderson added a fourth midway through the second half.
Aaron Cresswell was shown a red card for a tackle on AFC Bournemouth substitute Ryan Fraser but it was changed to a yellow card following VAR consultation.
A first home win since September sees West Ham leapfrog AFC Bournemouth into 16th place on 22 points, two clear of the Cherries in 18th.
West Ham: 10 Jan v Sheff Utd (A)
AFC Bournemouth: 12 Jan v Watford (H)