28-year-old player dropped by Moyes insists he wants to play for West Ham next season

West Ham United’s recent triumph over Tottenham Hotspur showcased their potential when in top form, proving they can compete with any opponent. However, the East London side has grappled with inconsistency, leading to a string of losses in 15 games, hindering their ability to establish a consistent run of results, relays the COS.

With five losses already in the current Premier League season, addressing this issue could propel West Ham up the league table and into contention for European places. The team’s unpredictable performances have been mirrored by the erratic displays of midfielder Said Benrahma.

In 17 appearances across all competitions, the 28-year-old Algerian has yet to find the back of the net and has only managed two assists, according to WhoScored. This lack of impact is reflected in manager David Moyes’ cautious use of Benrahma, featuring him in patches rather than complete matches.

Benrahma has completed a full 90 minutes only once in the Premier League this season, and that occurred in the season opener against Bournemouth on August 12, as per WhoScored. The Guardian reported in July that West Ham was open to offers for the player, who seemed willing to explore new opportunities. However, recent reports from Fennec Football suggest a change in Benrahma’s stance.

Contrary to earlier indications, the Algerian midfielder is now reportedly prepared to reject offers from the Saudi Pro League, expressing a commitment to continue his career at the London Stadium. As West Ham aims to address its inconsistency challenge, Benrahma’s potential resurgence could play a crucial role in the team’s pursuit of stability and success in the Premier League.