West Ham United manager David Moyes may feel like he has something to prove when he goes head to head against Carlo Ancelotti on Saturday.
The Hammers welcome Everton to the London stadium as Moyes takes centre stage against his former employees.
"In many ways I’m trying to get West Ham to do something similar - get regular top-six football, regular top-seven, get to Europe - and I think there is a similarity in the clubs in many ways, so I don’t see any reason why we shouldn’t be doing that at West Ham," he told the club's official website.
Moyes heaped praised on Ancelotti for the work he has done in football and feels honoured to be in the space as the Italian tactician.
He said: "[Ancelotti] has had a very good start. I think [in the league] performances have started well. He’s an incredibly experienced manager.
"I think it might only be José who might have more medals, or maybe Sir Alex if you put it that way, but I think he’s up there with some of the most decorated managers there is, so obviously it’s [the game’s] a tough one because he’s very experienced."
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