‘I have unfinished business at West Ham’: Jack Wilshere insists he still has work to do under David Moyes and says he doesn’t want fans to think he’s a ‘waste of space’
- Midfielder Jack Wilshere has maintained that he has ‘unfinished business at West Ham’
- Wilshere has been plagued with injuries since joining the Hammers
- However, he is fit again and wants to impress boss David Moyes
Jack Wilshere has insisted that he have “unfinished business in West Ham” and said he is determined to faithfully show manager David Moyes and the Hammers what he can do.
Wilshere has had a frustrating few seasons with the Hammers as injuries have hindered his progress in the team and he has been unavailable since Moyes took over as manager.
Now, however, he is fit to play again as he has continued to train in isolation during the lockdown and is hungry to earn his place back on the West Ham side.
Jack Wilshere insisted that he has ‘unfinished business in West Ham’ because he is fully fit again
“I still feel like I have unfinished business at West Ham. It didn’t work out how I wanted it and I want to change that, ” said the former Arsenal midfielder.
“I don’t want to, when I’m done at West Ham, I don’t want West Ham fans to think,” that was a waste of time. ‘
“I want to show them what I can do and if you get your chance, take it and that’s my chance and show the manager what I can do.
Wilshere wants to impress boss David Moyes, of whom he’s been out of shape since joining
“Again, we have a new manager who hasn’t seen me play, seen me on the training field, and it’s a fresh start for me and I’m looking forward to it.”
Wilshere has shown an interest in coaching after his playing career and has helped support the NCF London Elites, which has regular coaching and training sessions.