David Moyes gave an insightful update on the Jesse Lingard transfer saga between his West Ham side and Manchester United during his recent press conference ahead of the Hammers’ clash with the Wolves.
Moyes presented himself to the media in front of his West Ham Clash of the side with wolves this weekend. The Scot answered a number of questions about his squad, including those ongoing transfer saga about Jesse Lingard.
At Lingard, the manager was blunt. Moyes praised Lingard for his accomplishments but seemed to put an end to rumors that the 28-year-old would be returning to East London.
“He is a Manchester united Players and I won’t be talking about players in other clubs. We enjoyed having Jesse and he was a huge contributor to the team but we moved on, ”he said about football.london.
In fact, Lingard’s rumors have been around West Ham since his return to Manchester United. However, it should be considered telegraph suggested it might be an opportunity too good to be missed.
The manager was much more interested in talking about his own players. He gave an important update on Angelo Ogbonna’s injury and caused trouble for the team.
“I think most people who are familiar with injuries and cruciate ligament injuries know that they tend to last about nine months.
“You see [Virgil] van Dijk and people like that and how long it will take to recover, ”added Moyes. “There is no quick return from torn cruciate ligament. There is a period of time that must be taken for recovery time. So I would probably say that it will be difficult for Angelo to play again this season. “
The manager then issued an update Mikhail Antonio. The striker was successful away with Jamaica, scoring two goals. Antonio was then sent back when Hammer’s co-owner David Sullivan chartered a private jet to bring the striker back to England early.
“We thought it was worth getting Mic back faster. We’re happy he scored his goals, but we’re even more excited to get him back,” said Moyes.
Confidence in the future of Hammers is growing
Moyes appears extremely confident and satisfied with his team’s performance so far. He praised his team for the spirit they have shown one another so far.
“Team spirit has always been very important. There are different ways to build it, but I think it comes from attracting and engaging good players and people and we have, ”he said.
West Ham has been great all season. Moyes knows, however, that his side must not become complacent. Instead, he feels that his team has what it takes to get into the top four with the right attitude.
“If the season was over now, I would be thrilled and drink champagne because the team did so well. But we have 20 or more games to go so we just have to go on with how we played and the players keep going, but I think we can play better, there will be more to come and players who can move up “, he said .
“I don’t see any reason why we can’t take it [top four] At.”
Moyes praises Wolves boss location
Moyes looked ahead to the tricky game with Wolves. The trainer has praised Bruno Lage for his work since he took over the reins at Molineux in the summer.
“He did a really good job after Nuno did an excellent job. Wolves have been one of the best up and coming teams to come to Europe for the past three or four years. They have done well after a difficult start with a new coach so it will be a tough game at Molineux, ”he said.
Indeed, Moyes knows how tough top management can be, and he doesn’t take it for granted.
“Every week is a challenge and every week I have to prove myself and all managers are the same. We have seen how easy it is to lose one’s job while some lose their job that maybe shouldn’t have. “
With the form his team is in at the moment, he doesn’t seem to have to worry about this issue for a while.
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