If David Moyes makes it past the end of the summer and continues at the helm at the London Stadium, he needs to ensure Robert Snodgrass not only returns to the club but is given a leading role in the side.
The 30-year-old has had an extraordinary season at Aston Villa where he has notched up eight goals and 13 assists in a total of 38 outings for the Championship club, showing his capabilities when a manager puts their faith in him.
Writing on Twitter, the Scottish international commented on the Claret and Blues new kit for next season in what is now being considered by Villa fans as a hint as to where his future lies and said, “Congratulations @lukeroper and the team for designing the new @avfcofficial kit, exciting news mate! Can’t wait to see it.”
— Robert snodgrass (@robsnodgrass7) April 23, 2018
Snodgrass has become a firm favourite amongst the Claret and Blues faithful, who not only appreciate the player’s output but his work ethic too – something that went amiss at West Ham.
And if the Hammers are going to get the 30-year-old to remain at the London Stadium they have a lot of work to do after David Sullivan admitted that his children “begged” him not to sign the former Leeds United ace prior to his arrival from Hull City – a fact that didn’t go unnoticed by the player himself.
The Irons have missed the 30-year-old’s work-horse ethic throughout this campaign and had they had the Scot within the ranks, their 33 points so far accumulated could have been a whole lot healthier.
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