Alvin Martin has taken to Twitter to thank the West Ham fans for their support of his son David Martin yesterday.
The 33-year-old made his Premier League debut yesterday, and really impressed between the sticks for the Hammers.
Manuel Pellegrini dropped Roberto (finally) for West Ham’s trip to Chelsea and Martin took the Spaniard’s place.
The Hammers kept a clean sheet and earned an absolutely vital three points.
Martin joined West Ham on a free transfer from Millwall in the summer. He wouldn’t have expected to play such a key role for his side at this stage of the season, however.
Lukasz Fabianski’s injury and Roberto’s poor form paved the way for the experienced stopper though.
And he didn’t let anyone down.
Martin will now surely keep his place for West Ham against Wolves on Wednesday night. And he will undoubtedly be given maximum support from the travelling Hammers fans.
Alvin Martin took to Twitter this morning, thanking the West Ham fans for their support of his son…
Not been on Twitter for a couple of years !
And don’t intend to return but I would like to thank the WHUFC family especially those at the bridge for the way you treated my boy yesterday but don’t forget how well OUR team played X
— alvin martin (@alvinmartin58) December 1, 2019