Andy Carroll came under huge criticism from West Ham fans after the striker put in an awful display in the 1-1 draw with Leicester City.
The 6ft 4in striker has now failed to score in any of his nine appearances, across all competitions this season.
In fact, the forward has way more cards then goals this season collecting three yellows and one red card, against Burnley for elbowing Ben Mee.
The only real positive is that he hasn’t succumbed to his usual array of injuries, although West Ham fans might be hoping he does pull something if he keeps playing like this.
Last season, the striker was constantly ruled out of games due to a knee injury and later in the season a groin injury.
Carroll has a reputation for being injury-prone – he has only managed to make 123 appearances for the club since joining in 2013 from Liverpool.
Here are the best reactions from West Ham fans after a performance which saw a lot of huff and puff, but no end result from the striker.
Carroll was terrible
— hammersrobin (@lostveteran) November 25, 2017
Carroll was useless again yesterday, didn't even realise he played. Surely Sakho starts next week??
— West Ham Stuff (@WestHamStuff) November 25, 2017
Carroll hasn’t had any effect on this game.
— Stevie “same old West Ham” (@TheSullis) November 24, 2017
Get Carroll off.
— Dan (@Dandhj) November 24, 2017
I'm actually slowly changing my mind about Andy Carroll, He just isn't doing anything, At all
— Benta Claus (@BenWHUnited) November 25, 2017
It’s bloody typical Carroll is fitter now then he has been for a long time but his form is at lowest point of his carear
— John Moore (@Johnjam10John) November 24, 2017
I can't deal with Carroll going in with elbows, running around trying to chase down and winning 2/100 headers for another 90 minutes.
— West Ham Transfers (@westhamtransfer) November 24, 2017
I am reall struggling to see the point of Andy Carroll, adding no value. Why bring on Sakho for 5 mins? Should have had longer
— West Ham Pub Talk (@WHUFCpubtalk) November 24, 2017
In other West Ham news, Peter Crouch has delivered his thoughts on this Hammers striker.