David Moyes today delivered a West Ham injury update ahead of our clash with Wolves at Molineux tomorrow.
The Hammers head to the Black Country to face a resurgent Wolves in the three o’clock kick-off tomorrow.
West Ham have been flying so far this season and we are currently sitting in third spot in the Premier League table, just three points adrift of league leaders Chelsea.
David Moyes has one of the smallest squads in the Premier League at his disposal.
We have been very lucky with injuries this season though and our players seem to be right up there with the fittest in the division.
A lot of that has to go down to Moyes, how he trains his squad and the way in which he has recruited physically robust players over the past two years.
David Moyes delivers West Ham injury update after busy international break
The Hammers need everyone fully fit and firing on all cylinders over the course of the next six weeks or so.
We face a hectic schedule between now and New Year’s Day with 13 games coming in just 41 days.
And Moyes spoke to Football.London about any potential injuries following the latest round of international fixtures:
“At the moment everybody looks ok. We’re still assessing people after their returns because most of them only came back yesterday. We have more players away than we have had in the past so this is new territory but I am hoping the players are all fine. England for example had lots of players drop out. Rice played against Liverpool with a terrible virus and still played very well. Illness, injury or general fatigue [play a part].”
David Moyes West Ham injury update is unclear but it seems like we won’t be missing any key layers tomorrow aside from Angelo Ogbonna of course.
One of the negatives from our recent success is the sheer volume of West Ham players who are now part of their national team squads!
The Hammers players heading off on international duty four times per year are now in double figures!
Quite incredible really when just a few years ago we had the odd player here and there who were fully fledged internationals.
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The amount of players we have who are now internationals is obviously a good thing and a real sign of our development and progress as a team.
We just have to keep our fingers crossed that none of them suffered any kind of injury during the latest round of fixtures.