West Ham loaned Lingard: ‘I did not get a chance at Man Utd’

Jesse Lingard has defined his West Ham loan move by saying he did not ‘get a chance’ at Man Utd after a lock down.

International England he joined the Hammers throughout the switch window in January on loan.

He had solely made three appearances for Man Utd this season earlier than the move.


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It turns out the 28-year-old player is already having fun with his time within the capital.

He scored two goals on his first look as West Ham beat Aston Villa 3-1 within the Premier League.

Chatting with BT Sport (by way of Goal) concerning the move, Lingard said: “Above all, I am right here to play, win and assist the team, so hopefully I can do that and see the place we’re on the end of the season. season. Nevertheless it’s about enjoying with a smile on my face and having fun with my football and getting back to the old Jesse.

“Football is lots of issues uncommon, folks undergo completely different stages and it isn’t just a straight to the top. There are various obstacles that most individuals do not see and many issues that occur behind closed doorways.

“In the course of the lock-up, I recaptured my best moments enjoying football – the season under Jose (Mourinho) the place I scored all of these goals and went to the World Cup and the a season when Ole got here in and I began well.

“I began recapping lots of video games to see the place I did well, get that fireside in my stomach and drive once more to go and kick on as a result of it might have been simple for me to fall and take the straightforward choice out. However somebody like me who has been via loads and is aware of the sport, I can not give up as I’ll at all times go out to combat.

“I got here back one of many strongest and fittest (within the Man Utd squad) after the lockdown and I did not get the chance to stay on. The entire time I used to be there and not enjoying I used to be doing additional coaching and holding on top of my fitness when the time was proper.

“So for me, it is about working hard and staying dedicated and I went back to the fundamentals.”

The winger seems more likely to play an vital function as David Moyes’ side is chasing a European spot.

They play Sheff Utd tonight at 18:00.

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