Victor Moses was in fine form for West Ham who fought back from two goals down to salvage a point against Norwich at Carrow Road on Saturday.
Robbie Brady gave the hosts a deserved lead in the 55th minute before Wesley Hoolahan doubled the home side’s advantage three minutes after Moses was introduced for Alex Song on the hour mark.
The Nigerian international however swung into action and was denied his second goal of the season by John Ruddy who parried his shot to the path of Dimitri Payet who pounced on the rebound to pull one back.
Payet who penned a new deal at the club soon turned provider when he set up Mark Noble to steer in a shot and complete West Ham’s comeback.
The game was Moses’ 15th Premier League match for the Hammers with his only goal for the club coming against Manchester City in September last year.
His compatriot, Emmanuel Emenike, also made his second substitute appearance since joining the club when he replaced Michail Antonio in the 70th minute.
The Fenerbache loanee had a great chance to open his Hammers goal account late on when he got on the end of an Andy Carroll flick on but he trapped the ball instead of diverting it towards goal and allowed keeper John Ruddy to gather.
West Ham are away to Blackburn Rovers in their next game in the FA Cup.