David Moyes additionally insisted he was “delighted” that Jesse Lingard had been recalled to the English fold.
Lingard’s performances since becoming a member of the Hammers on loan from Manchester United in January have earned him the Three Lions name for the primary time in two years.
The 28-year-old, who was a regular for England within the 2018 World Cup, already has 4 goals to his title to provide West Ham a a lot wanted push for a top 4 finish.
FEATURE: 5 bans in England extra ‘bemusing’ than Alexander-Arnold
“I am very pleased with Jesse, he is great, and his performances have assured that when it comes to how he is played for us,” said Moyes.
“I’ve to say that it has been superb and I can solely hope that that continues. We would like him to be constructive and present precisely what he can do on the field.
“He has helped us, he has been a great asset to the squad in January and hopefully he can add a number of extra goals earlier than the end of the season.”
Returning to the international stage ought to strengthen West Ham’s possibilities of signing Lingard completely.
However Moyes added: “We have not really thought of that, we’ve not taken it any additional on the moment.
“We’ve him on loan and he’s doing job for us on the moment, I believe we’ll focus on that and in all probability have a look at it on the end of the season.
“But it surely’s not one thing we have taken additional than the place we are actually.”
Lingard can be back within the limelight to face Arsenal on Sunday after having to overlook the 1-0 loss against his father or mother membership at Old Trafford.
“He has appeared really good this week and I believe since he got here in everybody was a bit shocked at how good his fitness is, how good his general recreation is,” said Moyes.
“I can see first hand that it really works that it’s even enhancing, its bodily information has improved and general it has been superb for us.
“He has helped us and given our bow one other string and given us extra attack choices, so we’re more than happy with him.”