West Ham forward Mohammed Kudus has shared his frustration at not beating Newcastle on Sunday and says we are aiming high.
It’s has so far been a positive campaign for David Moyes’ side, with a belief growing that we could be set for another exciting chapter as we continue to show real promise domestically and in Europe.
The signing of Kudus this summer from Ajax was another indication of the strides forward this club has made in recent years, with the highly rated player opting to make the move to east London over many other high profile clubs.
Kudus understandably is ambitious in what he wants to see the club achieve, and reflected this when talking to the club’s Official Website following our draw with Newcastle at the weekend.
“We are not satisfied and we aim even higher,” said the Irons forward. “We wanted three points but we’ll settle for this, take the point and then focus on the next game after the break.
“Newcastle are a very good side but we go into every game with the same mentality and the same approach. We wanted three points, we couldn’t get them, but it was good to get the draw.
“I feel there is a lot under to come from me. Definitely the team, the coaches, everybody around me have helped me a lot to settle in and it feels like a family already.
“The fans are amazing as well. Credit to everybody around the team for helping me settle well, but I’m still learning and I feel there is more for me to give.”