West Ham United will be desperate to secure a European place in the current campaign after their summer splurge, but it won’t be easy after taking their recent form into consideration.
The Hammers have started to build the foundations under Manuel Pellegrini but there’re still a number of things missing as they continue to search for the winning formula.
Indeed, the South American is still yet to get the best out of a couple of his first team members, with a lack of contributions and quality performances continuing halt his side’s progress. And, if the players don’t seek improvements in the near future then they could be on their way out in January.
So, these TWO West Ham United players must start performing under Pellegrini…
Robert Snodgrass spent last season on loan at Championship club Aston Villa, but he has been unable to bring his inspiring form with him into the Premier League at West Ham United.
The Scotsman has had his fare share of chances in the starting lineup under Manuel Pellegrini, but contributions in the top-flight of English football have been absent as he continues to struggle.
Javier Hernandez has failed to live up to expectations since making the move to West Ham United last summer, with goals being hard to come by when the Mexican secures a starting place.
The forward’s lack of quality on the field has forced Pellegrini to leave him out of the squad at times, so he could be on his way out of the club in January if he fails to provide any support for Marko Arnautovic from here on in.