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Moyes reportedly not overly impressed by summer signing

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David Moyes says he has not been overly impressed by West Ham summer season signing Flynn Downes to date and calls for higher.

West Ham signed the midfielder on a five-year contract from Swansea in the course of the present window, in a deal understood to be value round £12m, reported the BBC.

The Hammers beat Crystal Palace to the signing of Downes earlier this summer season and it was seen as an actual coup on the time however Moyes doesn’t appear very impressed by the 23-year-old to date.

The Englishman is known to be fighting the step up from the Championship and even described the transition as a ‘wake-up name’ by way of the Evening Standard.

Now Moyes has commented on the participant’s state of affairs.

Downes is struggling together with his West Ham transfer

Downes, Moyes insists, will want time like so many others he has taken on from the Championship through the years.

“I feel we have to give him a little bit of time,” Moyes mentioned in regards to the 23-year-old in his pre-Brighton presser.

“As I mentioned, he would have performed (in opposition to Viborg) if it wasn’t for his toe.

“The issues I’ve seen of him, he must do higher and we’re already (engaged on these issues).

“However we’ll get him a recreation after we can. All of the gamers need to earn it and I’ve to discover a manner of successful a lot of the video games.”

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