11 March, 2018
After conceding 54 goals in 29 games, David Moyes' side now have the worst defensive record in the league.
"I hope, and I want the players to have the chance now to play with more freedom", Dyche said.
The Baggies are now eight points from safety with nine games to play, with Stoke, Crystal Palace, Southampton, Newcastle, Huddersfield, West Ham, Swansea, Bournemouth, Everton and Brighton separated by just seven points.
Referee Lee Mason stopped the match momentarily following one of the pitch invasions, with a West Ham fan having attempted to plant the corner flag in the centre circle.
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A third successive Premier League defeat saw West Ham slip closer to the relegation zone and Moyes accepts his side are going through a hard spell.
"We want the supporters behind us but you can't cross the line and come on to the pitch", Moyes told Sky Sports.
"It was flawless in relation to what the game gave us", said United manager Jose Mourinho, who won the tactical battle over rival manager Juergen Klopp.
The FA said: "We strongly condemn the crowd disturbances seen today and will be seeking observations from West Ham as well as awaiting the match referee's report". "There are definitely similarities (between Iceland and Burnley) - how we play, the mentality of the squad, and we are both doing very well".
"If I thought there were no mistakes or no problems I wouldn't have made any changes". So we get back at it, we do the job. "We maybe not in our best period of form at this moment in time, but I do believe they will be good enough to stay up".