Tomas Soucek has told the club’s official website what he has told his Slavia Prague teammates about West Ham.
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The 25-year-old joined the Hammers on loan in January from the Czech side. And the east London outfit have the chance to sign him for around £17 million on a permanent basis at the end of the season, if they manage to avoid relegation down to the Championship (Football.London).
And the Czech Republic international has really impressed at the London Stadium.
Soucek has added some much needed energy, dynamism and power to West Ham’s central midfield.
And David Moyes’s team look like a much better side when he is playing. The 25-year-old seems to have all of the attributes needed to succeed in the Premier League.
Soucek has told WHUFC.com just how happy he is at West Ham, admitting that he has already told his teammates back home in the Czech Republic how impressed he has been with the setup in east London:
“I spoke with teammates from Slavia about this situation, about the present situation in my previous team and about friendly staff at West Ham. With teammates from West Ham we speak together via our group and sometimes on group calls. The next step would be saving West Ham’s Premier League status and completing my transfer.”
Moyes will be desperate to turn Soucek’s deal into a permanent one this summer. But West Ham must absolutely secure their Premier League survival before they can even think about making that happen.
At least the Czech ace seems keen to join the Hammers permanently. He will undoubtedly end up being a great addition for the east London outfit.
But a lot still needs to fall into place before that becomes reality.