David Moyes has given a rather bleak view on the injury sustained to one of the key performers in the win over Wolves at the weekend.
West Ham came away with a deserved 3 points to massively lift the mood in East London following a torrid start to the Premier League season, with a performance much more in line with the last 2 positive campaigns.
It was a return to form also from certain players who have very much lacked since the Premier League commenced in August, with Tomas Soucek and Jarrod Bowen in particular looking far more like their usual selves against a rather poor Wolves side at London Stadium.
Jarrod Bowen was also back amongst the goals, grabbing the second in the 2-0 victory with a goal typical of the England forward, having smashed home in the bottom corner after bringing the ball down exquisitely.
The afternoon for Bowen however was slightly marred after picking up a nasty looking finger injury, with his knuckle joint looking to be dislocated.
Bowen was treated on the pitch by the medical team, with his finger strapped up after being re-set which enabled him to complete the match.
There is concern however at the extent of the injury, with David Moyes stating the the injury didn’t look good after consulting his team.
“He’s just told me and actually, the physio just came over and said he’s done something to his finger and said it was pretty bad,” the manager said bluntly.
ExWHUEmployee is set to provide an update on the situation this week on The West Ham Way Podcast, in the hope Bowen is not set to miss any time away in recovery especially after his excellent performance at the weekend.