Future’s bright for West Ham. The London Stadium faithful can look forward to a really exciting future.
The Hammers have history of bringing some brilliantly talented young players through the ranks.
Joe Cole, Frank Lampard and Rio Ferdinand and more recently Declan Rice all graduated from West Ham’s famed academy.
It seems as though the current crop of youngsters at the London Stadium all have the potential to go on and become truly elite players.
The future’s bright for West Ham
David Moyes clearly wants to build a young and talented team at West Ham.
The Scot has already brought Thierry Nevers, Levi Laing, Armstrong Okoflex and Pierre Ekwah Elimby to the London Stadium from Reading, Arsenal, Celtic and Chelsea respectively.
The Hammers already had some really talented youngsters at the club before those names above arrived as well.
Joseph Anang, Aji Alese, Jamal Baptiste, Kai Corbett, Harrison Ashby, Emmanuel Longelo, Conor Coventry, Mipo Odubeko and Dan Chesters are all incredibly highly rated at West Ham.
The Hammers could very well be on the verge of a real golden generation.
The West Ham fans are understandably annoyed at the moment. As things stand, we are still yet to make a senior signing.
There is a bigger picture here, however. If Moyes can add two or three top class signings to his ranks before the new season starts, we will be in a great position.
With all of these talented young players coming through, West Ham could be on the verge of a really successful era.
Let’s all just show a bit of patience. We all need to trust Moyes. If we do that, we will get our rewards in the end, I’m certain of it. The future is certainly bright for the Hammers.