Byram joined the Hammers a year ago from Championship side, Leeds United and initially impressed on his debut bringing desire and energy to the team especially in his attacking play.
Since then, however, Byram has failed to kick on due to the evolution of Michail Antonio in the right-wing back role as well as the signing of Alvaro Arbeloa who had provided stiff competition to the young Englishman until he sustained an injury against Arsenal in December.
Byram himself has been sideling with a hamstring injury but at the age of 23 and the fact that he has so much potential, our Landlord was happy to see him get the start against Manchester City last week and hopes to see more chances go Byram’s way.
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