By Dominic Toner
Trevor Sinclair has praised West Ham’s new signing Robert Snodgrass after he joined from Premier League rivals Hull.
The 29-year-old completed his switch to the London Stadium on Friday and becomes the second January signing made by manager Slaven Bilic, following Portuguese defender Jose Fonte through the doors.
Snodgrass has signed a three-and-a-half year deal with the Londoners and his fee could rise to £10.2million.
BBC pundit Sinclair has hailed Snodgrass as an “outstanding addition” on his official Twitter account and wished him the best of the luck.
— Trevor Sinclair (@trevor8sinclair) January 27, 2017
Snodgrass leaves former side Hull behind fighting a relegation battle, but they would be in even deeper trouble without his contributions this season.
The Scotland international made 24 appearances for the Tigers this campaign and was their standout player.
He scored nine and goals and supplied four assists, and has been snapped up by the Hammers after his impressive performances.
The Hammers are currently 10th-placed in the Premier League table and trying to continue their climb up the table.
Snodgrass will be hoping to make his West Ham debut in the next match when they play at home against Manchester City in the Premier League.
In other West Ham news, Dimitri Payet has snubbed the club yet again in a bid to expedite his transfer.