Jayden Fevrier has taken to Twitter after making his return to action for West Ham United’s under-23s following an eight month spell on the sidelines through injury.

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The 18-year-old Hammers youngster is very highly rated at the London Stadium.

He is a left-back by trade but can also operate in the left and right midfield positions.

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David Moyes is very well covered at left-back and the future is bright with not only Fevrier but Emmanuel Longelo coming through the ranks as well.

RONALDO NEEDS TO STOP WHINING.

Hammers youngster Fevrier has a really bright future ahead of him. It would have been a real concern for him having missed so much time through injury, however.

West Ham youngster Jayden Fevrier posts message on Twitter

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The 18-year-old took to Twitter yesterday having returned to action for the U-23s against Manchester City on Saturday with a five minute cameo:

Former under-23 coach Dmitri Halajko recently raved about the teenager, as quoted by WHUFC.com:

“This is great news for Jayden, and great news for the Club. Jayden is a really direct, exciting player – he takes players on, one vs one, and scored some impressive goals for the U18s and U23s last year. I’m sure he’ll continue to make a really big impact with the U23s group next season.”

The 18-year-old has everything needed to succeed at the very highest level.

Let’s just hope that his lengthy lay-off through injury hasn’t adversely affected him.

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It will be very interesting to keep track of Fevrier’s progress and development this season. Those kind of long term injuries can cause real problems for young players.

Let’s just hope that isn’t the case for Fevrier.

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