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‘They couldn’t tell me anything’ – Coufal admits he’s not happy

Vladi Coufal has finally spoken out about his West Ham situation and he is not a happy bunny, writes the Claret&Hugh.

ClaretandHugh have reported – along with other media outlets – that the manager may be ready to let him leave the club. Now it seems that could happen sooner than expected.

The right back has a contract until June but with a two year option attached. However, from the way he is talking he may not be too happy about agreeing a further extension,

The Czech Republic international has been talking about his position whilst the break has been going on and seems to have made his position very clear.

He said: “I went to ask (why I’m not playing so much anymore). But they couldn’t tell me anything about it,” he explained the Czech Republic international, via Football Club.

Coufal will be a free-agent in the summer and has reportedly lost the trust of his manager (The Times).

He added: “That’s football. Sometimes you play, sometimes you don’t. If the situation that occurred during the autumn were to continue, something will definitely be resolved and is being resolved. I don’t want to sit on the bench here as much as in the autumn.”

He said: “If possible, I would like to stay in England. The Premier League is the best league in the world.”