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The true extent of Robert Snodgrass’ rebirth at West Ham United has been laid bare.

Snodgrass has become the most unlikely of cult heroes at West Ham this season.

The Scotland international has been reborn at West Ham this season when his Hammers career looked well and truly over before it ever began.

After failing to establish himself following a £10million move from Hull, Snodgrass was shipped out on loan to Championship Aston Villa last season.

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Pellegrini getting the best out of outcast

The 31-year-old looked certain to leave the club in the summer.
But a discussion with Manuel Pellegrini and a new determination to make his Hammers career work have turned everything around.
Pellegrini recently revealed that Snodgrass impressed him in pre-season and trimmed down in a bid to make things work.
And work it has. Snodgrass has seven assists already this term. And he scored his first Premier League goals for the East Londoners the recent wins over Crystal Palace and Fulham.
Some goals they were too.
 

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Snodgrass turnaround trumps West Ham’s

Perhaps the only thing more noteworthy than West Ham’s remarkable turnaround under Pellegrini is that of Snodgrass himself.
That has been emphasised by an astonishing new report which has named Snodgrass as the best player in the Premier League on current form, by some distance too.

Snodgrass is officially the most in-form player in the Premier League, according to the Sky Sports Power Rankings.

The Scotland international toppled Liverpool superstar Mohamed Salah atop the chart after netting his second stunner in as many games during a 2-0 win at Fulham.

Not only is Snodgrass leading the way. But the gap in ranking points between the West Ham star and Salah is greater than the gap between Salah and the rest of the top 15.

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Best in the Premier League

Snodgrass’ Hammers teammate Felipe Anderson joins him in the top 10 of the list in sixth place.
The pair are rubbing shoulders with some of the finest talent in Europe. The likes of Xherdan Shaqiri and Eden Hazard also made the top 10.
Snodgrass’ form also saw him make the list for the best 50 players of the season so far in 49th place.
If he continues this form he will soon shoot up that particular table too.