West Ham United ace Declan Rice explained how he and his teammates came up with the brilliant celebration they showcased against Tottenham yesterday, when speaking to talkSPORT this morning.
The Hammers earned a superb three points against bitter rivals Spurs.
The harmony amongst the players and the atmosphere at the London Stadium at the moment really is something else.
It is clear and obvious to see that all of the West Ham players are absolutely loving life under David Moyes.
The camaraderie the Hammers players have with each other is one of the main reasons why we are where we are in the Premier League table.
West Ham ace Declan Rice explains ‘Backstreet Moyes’ celebration
Yesterday’s brilliant celebration between Declan Rice, Jesse Lingard and Pablo Fornals was evidence of just how much fun the West Ham players are having at the moment.
And Dec told talkSPORT this morning how the ‘Backstreet Moyes’ celebration originated:
“Pablo said to Jesse, ‘right if we score you do that [the flute], I’m on the guitar’ and I ended up on the drums. So we literally just came up with it before the game. We were just having a bit of a giggle about it and luckily enough Jesse scored and it came off. Although my drumming needs work I think! I’ve been turned into a meme overnight.”
Let’s hope we keep up our great form this season.
We haven’t had such great, feel-good vibes emanating from the London Stadium since we moved there from Upton Park.
This may well be our season. As long as the West Ham players retain their extremely high morale, anything is possible.