Pundit pinpoints 'big worry' for West Ham as 'dreadful' verdict issued
West Ham are still in for a “difficult” season despite returning to winning ways at the weekend.
That is according to Spurs insider John Wenham, who regularly breaks news about the club on his Lilywhite Rose social media channels.
West Ham secured the second win of their Premier League season by beating Wolves 2-0 on Sunday (2 October).
Their only other win in the league came over Aston Villa on 28 August.
The Hammers have registered more wins in the Europa Conference League but their start to the domestic campaign has been a major concern.
Despite the win, Wenham still claims there are “big worries” for Hammers fans.
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“I just think West Ham are in for a difficult season,” Wenham told Football Insider correspondent Ben Wild.
“They still don’t have a big enough squad and they have European games coming thick and fast. It was an important win for them because Moyes was coming under a bit of pressure.
“That being said, Wolves were absolutely dreadful. There were humbled by West Ham and that immediately put Lage under pressure.
“They were so poor and they have been all season. So, West Ham will take positives from that but we will see how they do through October when they are playing three times a week.
“I just don’t think the squad is there, that would be a big worry for me if I was a supporter.”
David Moyes’ side sit 15th in the Premier League.
The Irons are next in action against Anderlecht on Thursday (6 October).