Declan Rice has told the Sun newspaper that fans have got every right to not be happy admitting the team have not been performing well in recent weeks.
Rice told the tabloid “The fans pay their money and they’ve got every right to not be happy. We haven’t been performing in recent weeks. I’ve had a lot of experiences this season both good and bad and this will make me mentally stronger as well seeing what’s going on.
“I think we’re going to have a strong end to the season and our squad is too good to be relegated. We have got some tough games coming up but I’m pretty sure the manager and the team can get together and pull through.”
Rice admits he hasn’t been been offered a new contract as yet saying “I’ve got a year after this season. There’s been no talk yet. With the position we’re in I don’t think it would be right, we want to stay in the Premier League.
“If we didn’t, it would be a disaster. We are a Premier League club, hopefully at end of the season, we’ll start talks.”
There is no such thing as a side too good to be relegated as we know better than anyone, unless we can establish a platform in midfield and shield our dodgy defence better we will be involved in this relegation fight, perhaps 36 points may be enough, one thing is for sure if we fail to beat Southampton we will be favourites for relegation.
Sean, check this out from the Mayor’s office https://www.london.gov.uk/press-releases/assembly/the-full-cost-of-west-hams-stadium its now West Ham’s Stadium perhaps the mayor should realise it is not ours we are tennants ?