After returning from injury, West Ham striker Gianluca Scamacca expressed his contentment with being back at the club and is determined to assist the Hammers in avoiding relegation, writes the WHW.
During Scamacca’s absence, the club had signed Danny Ings to address the shortage of attacking options. However, there has been widespread conjecture about Scamacca’s future at the club, with manager David Moyes indicating that the forward’s performances did not meet the expected standards set by him and his coaching staff.
Recent remarks from manager David Moyes and Scamacca’s exclusion from the lineup have led to speculation about the striker’s future at West Ham. Despite this, Scamacca has expressed his contentment with the club and his desire to aid in their survival from relegation in the Premier League.
The Irons’ number 7 stated that his lengthy absence from the field due to injury was stressful, but he is now fit and elated to be back in action. Scamacca also emphasized the love and support he has received from the fans and his satisfaction with life in London. “I feel good, I’m happy to be here and play for this club and live in London, so everything is good,” he affirmed.