West Ham United summer signing Gianluca Scamacca is ‘working hard’ after his arrival from Sassuolo, according to reporter Dean Jones.
The Lowdown: Scamacca shining for West Ham…
The Italy international has been impressing when given the chance by manager David Moyes, particularly in the Europa Conference League, in which Scamacca has scored in four out of his team’s six games (including play-off round).
The 23-year-old has shown signs of real promise in claret and blue, with Moyes now given the pleasant selection headache of consistently rotating between him and previous mainstay Michail Antonio.
The Latest: Jones praises Scamacca…
Speaking to GiveMeSport, Jones noted that Scamacca seems highly motivated to prove himself in England and is “working hard” to that effect.
He explained: “Scamacca seems so motivated to be a success. I mean, he’s working hard. Even when things don’t come off for him, he’s trying hard to go again and make things happen.
“He’s a really useful player. He’s bouncing off the atmosphere, too. I think he’s just loving life in the Premier League and being at this level.”
The Verdict: Good to hear…
This claim can only come as good news for West Ham and Moyes as they attempt to maintain their place among England’s best clubs challenging for Europe.
Scamacca is perhaps setting an example for other players in the squad with his apparent work ethic, and it’s exactly what Moyes would’ve wanted from the Italian when finally bringing an end to his long, drawn-out search for a centre-forward alternative to Antonio.
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