West Ham ace Vladimir Coufal has been named as one of the revelations of the 2020/21 Premier League campaign by French website Foot Mercato.

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The 28-year-old joined the Hammers from Slavia Prague last October for around £5.4 million (BBC).

And what an incredible signing Vlad has turned out to be. He was the certainly the best value for money signing in the Premier League last season.

The Czech Republic international instantly endeared himself to the London Stadium faithful with some exceptional performances.

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He quickly became one of the first names one the team-sheet for David Moyes as well.

The Czech ace is hard as nails and bleeds claret and blue.

In 34 Premier League games for West Ham last season Coufal averaged 2.1 tackles, 1.2 interceptions, 2.6 clearances. He also racked up seven assists (Who Scored).

Those really are some hugely impressive numbers considering it was his debut campaign in England’s top flight.

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West Ham ace Vladimir Coufal gets International recognition

French website Foot Mercato highlighted just how good the 28-year-old was for the Hammers last season naming him amongst the 11 biggest revelations of the 2020/21 Premier League campaign.

Foot Mercato highlight his ability at both ends of the pitch and praise him for his immense ‘running volume’.

Coufal has two years remaining on his current contract at the London Stadium. West Ham do have the option of extending that deal by a further two years, however.

The Czech ace was said to be disappointed with a new contract offer he received from the club this summer (Sky Sports).

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West Ham just need to pay Vlad what he’s worth. He gives absolutely everything for West Ham. And there aren’t too many players like that in this day and age.

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