TV pundit and former Spurs player Garth Crooks is enthusiastic about the virtues and development of Irons defender Carl Jenkinson writing on BBC Sport.
He has ben impressed with the right back notably against Palace on Saturday afternoon.
The stats show that the player had a pass accuracy of 90 per cent, created one chance, put in three crosses, and made two interceptions, seven clearances and one block.
And Crooks said: “Carl Jenkinson appears to be having one hell of a roller coaster ride in the claret and blue. During his short but eventful time with the Hammers he’s been sent off, left out, substituted and given away a penalty against Crystal Palace. Nevertheless, this lad keeps bouncing back.
“His ability to shake off these occupational hazards and still try to get among the goals is quite astonishing.
“His finish at Sunderland last week might have been perceived as a fluke but his goal against Crystal Palace smacks of a full-back developing a taste for the art. A player with a terrific will to succeed.”