Striker Danny Ings has lifted the lid on what he has noticed about West Ham after just one month at his new club.
Full debuts can’t work out much better than than did for Ings and the Hammers last weekend.
The established Premier League goalscorer had to bide his time for his first West Ham start after joining from Aston Villa for £15m in January.
But when it came against Forest in the Premier League last weekend, he did not disappoint.
Two goals and a 4-0 win have helped breathe new life into West Ham’s season and the battle to stave off relegation.
The feeling at West Ham is that Ings is the kind of ruthless, fox in the box style finisher the side have lacked for so long.
West Ham fans and manager David Moyes were suitably impressed with what they saw from Ings, who may even have had a hat-trick after a couple of first half chances did not quite fall for him.
But what has the player made of his new club since moving to the east Londoners?
Ings has lifted the lid on what he has noticed about West Ham after just one month at his new club.
“Already, I know this is a very talented group of players and I have really enjoyed my first month with the club,” Ings told West Ham’s official website.
“It is now about kicking on, on a personal note and as a team too, and hopefully, we can start that against Brighton and then when we return to European action next week.”
Ings is the breath of fresh air West Ham have needed this season. Both in terms of his playing ability and his positive attitude.
Let’s hope he can be the difference maker for West Ham for the remainder of the season.
Because it could yet go on to be a memorable campaign.