David Moyes has been dealt a huge boost with West Ham United player being announced fit after suffering an extremely worrying injury.

West Ham have made a superb start to our 2023/24 Premier League campaign, having taken 10 points from our opening four games.

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Hammers boss David Moyes will be absolutely delighted with the start that his side have made, especially after how much we struggled during the early stages of last season.

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Keeping his key players fit for the majority of the season will be absolutely vital for the Scot, if we are to have any chance of finishing inside the top four.

And with that in mind, Moyes would have been concerned about a recent injury suffered by one of his on-field generals…

Huge boost for David Moyes as West Ham player is announced fit after suffering worrying injury

Tomas Soucek was taken off injured during our win over Brighton 12 days ago after suffering a nasty looking head injury.

He then missed our win over Luton as a result, but the good news is that he’s back and raring to go.

Soucek spoke to Idnes.cz about his head injury and insisted that it’s all behind him now:

Huge boost for David Moyes as West Ham player is announced fit after suffering worrying injury
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“I’ve had enough of those head injuries, but this was the worst. The treatment is going well, I feel fit and I’m looking forward to the match. I had to follow the rules of the English FA. I trained individually, then with the players, but without contact. And after arriving in Prague for the meeting, I was able to do everything fully. It came out perfectly.”

That really is great news for Moyes. Soucek is a vital player for the Hammers in Moyes’s system.

The Hammers boss admitted after the game against Luton just how much his team missed the Czech Republic international’s aerial ability.

I have no doubt in my mind that the 28-year-old will come back into the team when we play Manchester City after the international break.

The head injury suffered by West Ham midfielder Tomas Soucek was the ‘worst that he’d ever had’. So we can all be thankful that he’s ok now, regardless as to whether you appreciate him as a footballer or not.


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