Former Arsenal winger Carlos Vela was the hero for the hosts as he bagged a hat-trick to register just their third league win in 13 games this season and move them up to 12th in the Spanish La Liga.
“I am very pleased with the result,” said Moyes, who started his reign with a 0-0 draw at Deportivo la Coruna last weekend.
“I am pleased to have not conceded again, but I am not so happy with the performance. I thought we committed too many errors and I expected us to play better. I didn’t think it was easy because Elche caused us problems at the start, but the goals made the difference. We had a special talent in Carlos Vela who obviously made the difference and helped the team a lot tonight.”
Moyes is not only targeting improvement on the pitch, but also in the stands at Anoeta as just short of 23,000 fans braved the inclement San Sebastian weather on a Friday night at the 32,000-capacity stadium.
“I thought the crowd were very good in the second half, but I want to give them a team so that there are no empty seats in the stands.I want the stadium to be full, I want a team where you can’t get a ticket because it’s a sell-out. At the moment I’ve not got a team like that, but that is what I am going to try to do.”