Marko Arnautovic restored the Irons' lead just 11 seconds after the restart before a brace from Manuel Lanzini sealed victory, which lifted them up to 11th in the table, five points clear of the drop zone.
Mark Noble started the scoring for the visitors, however, Joe Lolley equalised the match five minutes before the half-time whistle. This is what we'd like to show on Saturday in front of our home crowd.
West Ham's opening goal came from a sloppy Huddersfield goal kick. Lolley was at fault for Noble's goal, giving away possession on the edge of his area.
The Austria global was instrumental in the game and created the next two goals, both finished by Manuel Lanzini to give West Ham the three points.More news: Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos donates $33 million to send Dreamers to college
Making such a mistake on his first home Premier League start could have easily affected the 25-year-old, but he responded in the ideal fashion by levelling things up before the break. A flowing move from the home side eventually saw Aaron Mooy get Lolley the ball on the right and he cut inside Noble before curling a super left-footed shot into the net.
David Wagner's hopes of Huddersfield maintaining momentum in the early stages of the second half were quickly extinguished by a sensational Arnautovic strike from the kick-off. Cheikhou Kouyate's long ball - the first pass of the half - was headed over Tommy Smith before being rifled past Lossl.
His first came after a neat passing move that finished with Arnautovic slipping the Argentine in, Lanzini making no mistake from 15 yards.
"The board know - and they want to add a few players - it's just the difficulty of the month", Moyes continued.