"Lanzini's a worry", added Moyes.
"I think we will work with the players we've got, but we've got too many out injured at the moment". Because I'm anxious that, it looks like a hamstring.
"We only found out yesterday, he went for a scan and it showed up he's got a problem there", the Scot added.
"At periods in the first half we played some of the best football of my time here, but we lacked a clinical edge, so we needed Chicharito. I do think the 120 minutes for some, even 60, 70 minutes for some, took its toll".
It took 71 minutes for the first goal to arrive, through Ryan Fraser, but a lack of concentration saw Bournemouth concede nearly immediately, as second-half substitute Javier Hernandez stole in for a point. The Hammers equalised from the restart, as substitute Hernandez pounced.
He told the club's website: "We're nudging along, making progress, the most important thing come the end of the season is not to be in the bottom three, but in the same breath I've got my eyes looking up to see if we can make the top ten as well".
That should have set the game up for what is occasionally referred to as "a grandstand finish", but West Ham barely registered a shot at goal thereafter and whilst Bournemouth did, Eddie Howe's team likewise failed to seriously troubled Adrian's goal. "We scored a great goal".
"We conceded straight after, so that's the big disappointment".
Bournemouth's lead did not last long, though, as a long ball forward from kick-off eventually fell for Hernandez to stab home an unexpected equaliser after some shoddy defending from the visitor.
"It's frustration as we'd done so well up the other end, then the nature of their goal was hugely disappointing, we didn't attack the ball well enough".