West Ham United U21 coach Ian Hendon was delighted with victory over Norwich City.

Robert Hall was once again on the scoresheet and Hendon hopes he and the others involved with the first team will continue to improve as they become a regular part of Sam Allardyce's plans.

He told whufc.com: "It was an unbelievable header from arguably the smallest player on the pitch. He has had three big games recently [against Arsenal, Norwich and in the Capital One Cup against Wigan Athletic] and he did look a little tired at the end and rightly so.

"He gives everything when he plays and was rewarded with yet another goal. It is a credit to him along with Dan Potts and Jordan Spence that they have all played for the first team last week."