One West Ham player stood out from the rest v Wolves at Molineux yesterday.
The Hammers were very poor yesterday afternoon, losing 1-0 to Wolves.
It was nothing to get overly concerned about. Defeats happen.
And hopefully David Moyes will have the boys back and firing on all cylinders against Genk on Thursday and Manchester City next weekend.
It wasn’t all bad against Wolves. Sure, the majority of our players quite simply didn’t produce the goods.
One player in particular played to his usual standards, however.
West Ham ace stood out v Wolves
Aaron Cresswell has been magnificent for the Hammers this season.
He has improved so much under David Moyes. And the 31-year-old was his ever reliable self once again yesterday at Molineux.
Cresswell registered an 84.1% pass completion rate from 69 attempted passes. He made two key passes and had 95 touches. The 31-year-old made three clearances, two blocks, one tackle and one interception (Who Scored).
Those are some really impressive numbers.
Cresswell has really surprised a lot of West Ham fans over the past year or so. He seems to be completely reinvigorated under Moyes.
The left-back is clearly very fit as well, he seems to play every single minute of every game for West Ham!
His performance against Wolves was one of the very few positives for the Hammers yesterday afternoon.
And hopefully Cresswell can continue his fine form for the remainder of the season. If he does do that then an England call-up can’t be too far away.