Lanzini return can boost West Ham's survival bid, says Zabaleta

Lanzini return can boost West Ham's survival bid, says Zabaleta

"He's been fined but he has apologised, both to me and the players, and I think he understands it was wrong".

The Hammers centre-forward felt as though he should have been sent on to try to affect the game and when Moyes instead opted to throw on the trio of Joao Mario, Javier Hernandez and Arthur Masuaku in the 65th minute, Carroll immediately stormed off the bench and marched down the tunnel. Within an hour, it seemed, it was out there for public consumption, which is also disappointing.

The striker, who apologised on Wednesday, was fined by the club, and Moyes is happy for Carroll to be in contention for selection at the King Power Stadium. I told him he needed to come in the following day and speak to me and the players and he did that. 'The video games have been huge after I arrived in November.

The England global is said to be frustrated at his lack of game time now, and now as per reports in England, David Moyes's side Hammers are willing to break record transfer once again this season to land him in the coming season.

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'He was within the squad final week, that is why he was on the bench. He will be in the squad this weekend as well. "We're quite happy now it's done and dusted".

The London outfit will be aiming for just their third away win in the league when they travel to ninth-placed Leicester City on Saturday. "He's not had a good time in terms of injuries, but to have Manu back in the team is good news, so hopefully he can help us get some points in the next games", the 33-year-old defender told West Ham's website.

"The mood is good". This is a really big game for us. We were disappointed with the way we played against the champions.

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