Young Hammer George Earthy has been given his Premier League debut match ball having made his first top flight appearance for the club against Fulham last month.

The midfielder came on to the pitch as a substitute late into the second half to make his Premier League debut but was unfortunately taken off the field several minutes later after suffering a head injury.

Earthy made his return to first team action around a month later at home against Luton. Moments after coming on, the 19 year old scored his first professional goal for West Ham, timing his run to perfection and finishing a cross from Mohammed Kudus first time in to the back of the net. His goal lead to a thunderous raw of applause from the Hammers fans at the London Stadium who were all delighted to see the youngster score his first senior goal for the club.

The 19 year old put pen to paper on a new deal at the start of the season, Earthy would go on to make four first team appearances in the 23/24 campaign after making his debut against Freiburg in the Europa League and having also came off the bench away against Manchester City on the final day of the season.

Earthy certainly has a bright future ahead of him, having impressed for the U21 side with 15 goals in 31 appearances, the midfielder was awarded the Mark Noble Young Hammer of the Year award, as reported on the clubs Official Website. The youngster is expected to be a part of new West Ham manager Julen Lopetegui’s plans for next season.