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Wantaway Adrian ready to give his best

adrian-west-hamAdrian has made his feeling very clear on his West Ham “future” claiming that if he gets the chance he wants a move.

However, he is determined to give everything to the cause should he – as expected – find himself with the sweater for tomorrow night’s League Cup clash against Spurs at Wembley.

And there must be a chance that should the club appoint a new manager the Spaniard could come right back into the first team picture.

Speaking to the official site in the meantime the keeper said: “To me it is very important to do my best and help my teammates in every opportunity I get this season.

“That is the most important thing, so to keep a clean sheet and beat Bolton in the last round was great.

“I had the chance to play in that game, we moved into the next round and now we have a really exciting game against Tottenham.

“We have to prepare for this and it is a massive game in a massive stadium.

“We need to go there and give our best, and if I have the chance to play I need to give my best as well.”

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3 comments on “Wantaway Adrian ready to give his best

  1. Should be given a chance as number one but in the circus no one is clear as what’s happening this afternoon let all e tomorrow or the day after

  2. Agree Dabo. Hopefully he has a brilliant game and goes back to #1 then invest on future which o don’t believe Hart is

  3. We should hold onto him. I suspect Sullivan is the one puttiing pressure on to use Hart. Hart has not shown himself to be better than Adrian; in fact I reckon Adrian’s better reflexes and ability to get down quicker could have saved one or two of the Brighton goals.

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