27 November, 2016
West Ham United goalkeeper Darren Randolph insists that the club's players remain "100% behind" Slaven Bilic despite their poor start to the season. The "Special One" has seen his side struggle for goals over the past couple of outings, and believes that the arrival of a player of Payet's calibre could provide a solution to their problems.
"If we play like we played Saturday and avoid those mistakes, and with a little bit of luck, we can pick up results in any game".
"If he starts or doesn't start games, it has nothing to do with the clause but only on his training performances and performances in games".
A win at Old Trafford could lift West Ham as high as 11th in the Premier League and help to alleviate the pressure on the Croatian.
It's something Bilic will have to address in January if West Ham are to avoid a relegation battle come May, but there are also other areas that need reinforcing in the New Year.
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Should Mourinho hand him a start on Sunday, there's no doubt that all eyes will be on the 27-year-old to see whether he can recreate his European form in the Premier League. The Hammers will demand at least £35m ($44m) for the France worldwide, who made his way into the PFA team of the year last season owing to a series of brilliant performances over the course of the campaign. "I think he's got used to it, but no matter who much you get used to it, you're still human and it still hurts".
According to reports from the Daily Mirror, claims have been made that Manchester United are plotting an ambitious swoop to secure the services of West Ham United star Dimitri Payet.
United, who are in sixth position in the table and nine points behind leaders Chelsea, have only won five of their opening 12 fixtures and have only one victory in their last six outings. The things he gives us is great, you know? "We can say we deserved more or were unlucky but the table doesn't lie".
Defender Winston Reid is suspended for the trip to Old Trafford after his late red card at Spurs, but skipper Mark Noble returns from a ban.