Pablo Fornals pledged his love for West Ham United when speaking exclusively to The Guardian.
The 25-year-old joined the Hammers from Villarreal in the summer of 2019 for around £25 million (Telegraph).
He made a slow start to life at the London Stadium. What an incredible player he has become, however.
The Spaniard is a hugely popular figure at West Ham and is a vital player for David Moyes.
Fornals has bagged 12 goals and 11 assists in 79 games for West Ham (Transfermarkt).
It is the 25-year-old’s incredible work-rate that the Hammers fans appreciate the most, however.
He really does love the football club. Fornals is an adopted Cockney! What a legend.
Pablo Fornals pledges love for West Ham
The Spaniard sat down for an interview with the Guardian and responded when asked what makes the Hammers a special club:
“The songs, this sign (crossed arms Hammers sign) when they see you in the street, the bubbles: it’s something you don’t experience anywhere else.”
Fornals then went on to recite ‘Bubbles’ in both English and Spanish!
How lucky we are to have the mercurial Spaniard at the London Stadium. He will continue to go from strength to strength and his obvious commitment and love for West Ham will serve us well in the future when some of Europe’s biggest clubs come knocking for his services.
Pablo’s goal against Leicester last month was a sight to behold from the stands:
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Pablo is a Hammer through and through. And it seems as though he is ready to reach another level under David Moyes this season.