Recent speculation suggests that powerhouse midfielder Mohammed Diame is loving his time at West Ham United and doesn’t expect it to end soon.
The Senegal international has been a fan favourite since his free transfer from Wigan Athletic last summer, and after fleeting displays of his power, speed and ambition he has helped drive West Ham into a comfortable position as the season’s end looms.
After recent speculation about a possible move away from Upton Park, Diame declared that he sees himself staying with the Hammers for years to come.
The midfield partnership between Diame and engine-like Mark Noble has been nothing short of brilliant with one usually sitting back whilst the other goes rampaging forward, no prizes for guessing who is who.
Diame became a fan favourite through great displays, but a magical table-turning performance against Chelsea reinforced that as he drove West Ham (at a fierce pace) to a 3-1 victory in front of the Hammers faithful.
In my opinion this is absolutely fantastic news for both the team and us fans alike, however, recently on Twitter I was confronted by a fellow Hammer who wouldn’t mind Diame being part of a deal to bring on loan striker Andy Carroll to Upton Park on a permanent basis.
Do you feel he is integral in our chances of succeeding in the future, or should he be sold at a good price.