Manchester United forward, Jesse Lingard, has completed a loan move to West Ham till the end of the season.
The England International has failed to make a single appearance in the Premiership for United this season, and has played second fiddle under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer this campaign.
While speaking with West Ham TV, Lingard had expressed his delight to join the London club and admitted that he needed more game time to re-vigour his career.
“I’m excited. It’s another new chapter in my life.
“Nothing is guaranteed but I’ve come here to work hard and help the team and bring my experience.
“That’s the main aim. I just want to enjoy my football and get back playing again and get my feet back on the pitch,” he said.
Lingard also spoke about his relationship with West Ham coach, David Moyes, who he worked with during his time as United’s coach, and spoke about his England teammate, Declan Rice.
“There were lots of clubs involved but, for me personally, I felt this was the right move. The club is going in the right direction. We’re on the right track and I’m here to help.
“I’ve obviously had a previous relationship with the manager and I’ve played under him before, so he knows my qualities and what I can bring to the team.
“I know a couple of the players as well – I know Dec (Rice) very well from the England side – and I feel I can really settle in here quickly,” he added.
West Ham United – who sit fifth on the EPL table – had completed a permanent deal for former Brentford player, Said Benrahma on Friday before securing a loan move for Jesse Lingard till the end of the season.