West Ham boss David Moyes spoke to reporters today during his pre-match press conference, and suggested that he has been mightily impressed with Jarrod Bowen in training, as quoted by Football.London.
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The 23-year-old joined the Hammers from Hull City in January on transfer deadline day for around £22 million (The Guardian).
And he made an instant impact at the London Stadium.
Bowen is clearly very talented. But he is also a very hard worker. And that in itself has already endeared him greatly to the West Ham faithful.
With project restart already up and running, the Hammers have a huge game at home to Wolves tomorrow.
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And they will need Bowen to be firing on all cylinders if they are to have any chance of beating the Black Country outfit.
Moyes told reporters today that the 23-year-old attacker has looked great in training, as quoted by Football.London:
“I said previously that I didn’t want to put too much on Jarrod too soon and that is still the same now, we don’t want him to become the player that has to do it all. He has shown in training he is more than capable, he’s not got a lot of Premier League experience but we have been mightily impressed with him since he joined the club.”
Bowen clearly has all of the attributes needed to succeed in the Premier League.
And if the former Hull ace can help West Ham retain their top flight status this season, he will be worth every penny of the £22 million that the east London club laid out to secure his services five months ago.