Zouma shows total belief


Kurt Zouma claps the fans after Aston Villa

Zouma shows total belief

Former Everton loanee Kurt Zouma shows total belief and is determined the boys bounce back against the Toffees at the London Stadium this afternoon.

Indeed, he seems to have a total belief they will do so as he starts his 10th game of the season having remained injury free throughout the campaign thus far.

Zouma shows total belief as he starts his 10th game

He was bitterly disappointed with the defeat at Villa and he understands the hammers must adapt quickly after that humbling and the defeat in the Euro League.

He didn’t appear in the match at Olympiacos but knows exactly what went wrong at Villa Park explaining there are games where nothing goes right for a team and that was one of them.

He insists that the Hammers have to learn how to manage games better saying that the Irons had tried to press the Villains but they had passed through us.

 Zouma loving life and shows total belief

 Zouma is loving life as the Hammers skipper and is more than ready to lead the team into what he believes will be a victory today.

He told “Every game is tough in the Premier League. We made some mistakes at the weekend, in our last Premier League game, and we need to make sure we don’t do the same again. Everton will for sure be a tough game. We know they need points too but we need to bounce back, be ready to compete and go out to win the game.”

He continued: “Personally, I think my season so far has been going great. I’ve been playing every game and I’ve played every minute in the Premier League, and I’m enjoying my football.

“I’ve got a great bunch of guys around me and we’ve got a good team. We just need to keep doing what we’ve been doing.”

Another Hammer in immense form is Jarrod Bowen and the skipper said: “Jarrod is in such good form. He’s always scoring goals and he can do it all. He’s improved a lot and he keeps on improving. I don’t know where he will stop!

But hopefully he can keep scoring and our job is to help him get into the best positions to keep doing that. He’s an important player to us and he’s a great guy to have around the squad as well.”

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Hugh Southon is a lifelong Iron and the founding editor of ClaretandHugh. He is a national newspaper journalist of many years experience and was Bobby Moore's 'ghost' writer during the great man's lifetime. He describes ClaretandHugh as "the Hammers daily newspaper!"

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