Premier League Mohammed Kudus makes a promise to West Ham fans after incredible first season in England

Ghanaian midfielder Mohammed Kudus is confident to do better next season than he has in his first season in England with West Ham.

The 23-year old who came from Ajax Amsterdam quickly settled down with the Hammers and became a fan favourite in London thanks to his dazzling displays.

Mohammed Kudus had a successful first season in England scoring 18 goals and providing 7 assists in 48 appearances across all competitions with West Ham.

And his aim is to do better next season as the Hammers ended up the season at ninth position in the Premier League and being knocked out in the Europa League quarter-finals.

“Big, big credit to them and applause to the fans. Their energy has been immense throughout the whole season. During the tough times they have always been there supporting us, and travelling for the games,” Kudus said after scoring an insane bicycle goal against Manchester City on Sunday.

“For my first season, it has been incredible playing under their voices, sounds and energy because they play a big part in the game. We promise to come back stronger and we’ll be looking to do even better than this season when we come back.”


Aimé ATTI is a bilingual journalist who breathes football and shares his passion on Africa Top Sports

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