Jordan Hugill’s goal scoring blitz has erupted at an awkward time for the Irons and drawn huge praise from his QPR loan manager Mark Warburton.
And despite the Hammers maybe looking light on strike power following Michail Antonio’s injury, CandH was told this morning there is no agreement for the 27 year old to return from the Championship in January should we need him.
The Hammers discard has now managed five goals for the south west London outfit – just one less than he managed at at Middlesbrough in the whole of last season.
Indeed whilst he was at Preston North End he managed just just 10 in his final season which had many Hammers fans wondering why David Moyes had shelled out £8 million for the striker.
It would be easy to knock manager Manuel Pellegrini for letting him out on a second season-long deal with just Haller and Ajeti available.
However, there has been no indication Hugill would suddenly find his shooting boots after three seasons in the shadows with Middlesbrough disinterested in keeping him at The Riverside.
However, Rangers boss Warburton told the Ealing Times that with the correct service, as he is getting now, he will continue his great start to the season.
He said: “Jordan will score goals – he will score goals for us because he gets in those good positions.”