Declan Rice commits to Hammers with new long-term contract

Declan Rice commits to Hammers with new long-term contract

"We don't lose", says the Austrian, "either we win or we learn".

Quick learner Felipe Anderson's readiness to take advice has proved central to his fine Premier League form, according to Manuel Pellegrini. "I am sure that he will continue improving in the second half".

The Clarets beat the Hammers 2-0 at Turf Moor on Sunday with McNeil, on his second Premier League start for the club, netting the second goal after Chris Wood had put Sean Dyche's side one up.

West Ham spent close to £100million in the summer, including £40m on 25-year-old Anderson, who scored twice against Burnley at the London Stadium last month.


"I've now played 50 games for the first team and I'm progressing week in, week out". He's come into the team, he's playing fantastically well and now he has signed a new long-term contract, which he thoroughly deserves. 'They are at the bottom of the table and are conceding too many goals but I don't think that those players or manager forget all what they knew or did last season so we must be very careful in our game against them.

"I said before the game that we must recover the points we lost at home against Watford and I am happy because the team tonight won and they played well, both together", the Chilean explained. Name-checking Bobby Moore and speaking of legend status showed admirable confidence, but two more goals and a match- winning display means he is growing in stature even if a statue may be a tad ambitious.

West Ham: Fabianski, Antonio, Diop, Ogbonna, Cresswell, Snodgrass (Diangana h/t), Noble, Rice, Anderson, Perez (Carroll h/t), Arnautovic (Silva 73).

"He's a player that makes important things in every game".


Yesterday, Herald columnist and former City defender Richard Dunne suggested Pep Guardiola needs to enter the January transfer market to bolster his squad and more pointedly, sign a midfielder that can do a job similar to City's current midfield lynchpin Fernandinho.

Asked whether Saints deserved a penalty, Hasenhuttl added: "I've heard it, but I haven't seen it".

"In this moment, we are in the top ten".

"West Ham have good attacking prowess but they do at times leave pockets where you can work in".


Dyche said: "We're shuffling to try and get that mixture, that blend, that can be successful".

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