Jarrod Bowen is craving more time on the pitch after his first taste of the Premier League.
Bowen is determined to become a relegation beater and admits he is feling fit,on the case and ready for whatever the future holds.
The former Hull City star Bowen is hoping against hope he can bring his amazing goalscoring form to the London Stadium after scoring 52 goals in 112 appearances for the Tigers..
Despite only getting 10 minutes of action against Manchester City he looked a real prospect and it was particularly encouraging t see him dribbling past top class defenders.
We can only hope that David Moyes puts real faith in the 23 million signing who was delighted to make his frst appearance in claret and blue.
In his first post match interview with the official site at https://www.whufc.com/news/articles/2020/february/20-february/jarrod-bowen-i-was-happy-get-out-pitch-again-and-get-west the 23 year old spoke of his outing as a Hammer although was clearly disappointed with the result.
He said: ““I’ve matured as a player and I’m coming into it in my best form as well, so I’m just hoping that I get more chances and, when I am out there on the pitch, I have got to take it by the scruff of the neck and show my ability.”
“I think the most annoying thing was their first goal came from a set play, as you don’t expect that from a City team, so to speak, so I think that goal just before half-time set us back
“Their second goal was a good bit of play and we felt like we were coming back into the game at 1-0 and they scored and it killed our momentum a little bit.
“The work-rate was there but, at the end of the day, it’s Man City and they’re a very good side.
“I think the gaffer was saying after the game as he couldn’t fault the work-rate as everyone puts in 100 per cent in each game and he can see that.
“It’s just the quality to win football games now and those fine margins that when chances come, we’ve got to take them and be more ruthless and when we play against those teams around us, we’ve got to be picking up three points against them.”
: “There is a tough run of games but the pressure is not on us at Anfield as no-one expects us to get anything from the game, so we can use that to our advantage before going into the final run when we play a lot of teams in the bottom half and we expect to pick up points and get ourselves out of this position.”