West Ham boss David Moyes praised Jarrod Bowen to the hilt when speaking to reporters yesterday.
The 25-year-old Hammers attacker has been in truly sensational form recently.
Throughout West Ham’s recent poor run of form, Bowen is probably one of only two or three players who can hold their head up high.
He has actually been incredibly consistent all season long and can consider himself unlucky that he hasn’t scored a lot more goals.
Bowen has bagged five goals and 10 assists in 27 games in all competitions for West Ham so far this term (Transfermarkt).
David Moyes raves about West Ham ace Jarrod Bowen
The fleet-footed attacker joined West Ham from Hull City in January 2020 for around £20 million (BBC). That now looks like absolutely outstanding business.
The 25-year-old is an incredibly hard worker as well as being technically brilliant.
He is Moyes’s dream player, considering how much emphasis the Scot places on work-rate, commitment and desire.
The Hammers boss spoke to the club’s official website and spoke very highly of Jarrod Bowen:
“Jarrod Bowen has been really impressive this season and he deserved those assists at Watford. He’s kicked on this season and I don’t think it’s solely down to fitness. I think it’s more down to having time to adapt to the Premier League. I keep saying a lot of the boys need time getting used to it, and I think Jarrod has got used to it. I thought he did come back in a really good condition, probably the best that’s I’ve seen him. If there was a player who hit the ground running more than anybody, it was probably Jarrod. He’s certainly showed a level of consistency enough to keep getting us assists and goals which will be really important.“
Bowen has really stepped up this season and seems to have reached another level entirely.
He has the ability to get even better as well. As long as the 25-year-old continues to work hard and applies himself properly, the sky will be the limit for him.
Hopefully Bowen continues his incredible form and the goals and assists keep flowing freely.
If West Ham are to have any chance of finishing inside the top four this season, we will need Bowen to be at his magnificent best between now and May.