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Kudus Has Adapted Really Quick To The Club’s Style – West Ham Assistant Coach Confesses

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Assistant coach of West Ham United, Billy McKinlay, has expressed optimism about the potential impact of Black Stars midfielder Mohammed Kudus at the English Premier League club.
The former Ajax midfielder made the move to West Ham this summer from the and has already made a great impression after a few matches played with the Hammers.
The 23-year-old Ghanaian international has featured in four English Premier League matches, coming on as a substitute in all four matches, in addition to two starts in the Europa League and EFL Cup, during which he managed to find the back of the net on two different occasions.
Despite Kudus exhibiting his exceptional football talent, manager David Moyes has declared the English club’s intention not to rush him into Premier League football. Instead, they are planning  to gradually introduce him to the league as the days go by.
In addition to David Moyes’ disclosure, McKinlay also shared his viewpoint, emphasizing the tough nature of the Premier League and the essence of patience in adapting to its demands.
“Mohammed Kudus has settled in at the club really well and we can see there is a talented footballer there who cares about his football and wants to come in and contribute,” McKinlay told the West Ham’s official website.
“I think we maybe just have to be mindful of the fact it is a really tough league, the Premier League and it’s really difficult to come in and set it alight” he added.
Although there is a careful approach surrounding Mohammed Kudus, McKinlay has expressed optimism while stating that he believes that the Ghanaian midfielder will make an important impact for West Ham.
“We have to be patient with him, But we certainly think he’s going to be a good player for us,” McKinley further stated.

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