Jarrod Bowen form is a huge positive for West Ham United, and the Hammers star could keep us up single-handedly.

The 26-year-old West Ham attacker has been in really poor form on the whole this season.

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Up until last night, Bowen had bagged only eight goals and three assists in 36 games (Transfermarkt). However, he now has 10 goals to his name after last night’s brace against AEK Larnaca.

West Ham United v AEK Larnaca: Round of 16 Leg Two - UEFA Europa Conference League
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The left-footed right winger moved to the London Stadium from Hull City in January 2020 for around £18 million (The Daily Mail).

Overall, he’s proven to be a great addition for the Hammers. And we need him more than ever now over the course of the next couple of months…

Jarrod Bowen finds form at perfect time for West Ham

There have been signs recently that the 26-year-old is rediscovering his best form.

And his two goals in Europe last night would have been a massive boost for him. In fact, Bowen has bagged five goals and two assists in his last 10 games in all competitions for West Ham.

That’s more like the kind of output that we expect from Bowen.

Jarrod Bowen finds form at perfect time for West Ham
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And if he can improve on those numbers even further still during the next 10 games for the Hammers, I have no doubts that we will not even be close to being relegated.

On his day, the ex-Hull City ace can be unplayable. West Ham really need Jarrod Bowen to find a red-hot run of form over the next 6-8 weeks.

I’m more than confident that he can do exactly that.

Times could be changing for the Hammers, very much for the better. And if we are to avoid relegation and win the Conference League, Bowen will have a huge part to play.


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