"We play Chelsea late in the season, we play United in about two weeks I think, very decisive as well".
Judging by their recent goal-scoring exploits, second spot in the Premier League is a distinct possibility for Liverpool.
"Of course we can stay there", the Senegal worldwide, who scored his 13th goal of the season, told reporters.
"Fellow attacking star Sadio Mane hasn't been able to reproduce last year's sparkling form but still has managed 7 top flight goals".
"We have a goal to speak about and, as a team, we are going to do our best".
Mane was then denied again, this time by a post, after being played in by Firmino, but made no mistake when the Brazilian crossed moments later, completing victory by lifting over Adrian from close range.
West Ham hit the bar through Marko Arnautovic in the early stages, but were outplayed and managed just a consolation through substitute Michail Antonio. "Everything is so tight at the bottom of the table and we need to win those sort of games".
This should not come to the detriment of his squad harmony, which he believes has led to "better times", but instead to create a siege mentality, as "angry with the rest of the world". "We need to stay aggressive", the German said.
Alexander-Arnold is also relishing a renewed battle for Liverpool's right-back position as Nathaniel Clyne nears his long-awaited return to first-team action.
The front three can score in every game at any minute. You don't really see that from a number nine.
The Reds passed 100 goals for the season with the four they netted at Anfield, 66 which have come from members of the front three.
Moyes has lifted the team somewhat following a poor start to the campaign with Slaven Bilic as manager, but defeat in South Wales and suddenly all that good work will be undone.