West Ham striker, Diafra Sakho puts his club footballing career in doubt as he pulled out of the final squad that played against Arsenal.

The player is reported to have had a row with manager Slaven Bilic.

The row started when Bilic picked fellow striker, Andy Carroll, ahead of him for the clash against The Gunners.

West Ham United, also known as the Irons, are currently flying high in the 2015/2016 EPL season—all thanks to some rejuvenation and shrewd business made in the last transfer window. The club did not only change its entire management team during the last window; it also brought in some great players.

Currently fighting for a place in next season’s Champions League campaign; West Ham United will for a very long time remember the current season as one of its best in the EPL era.

West Ham United is enjoying their best Premier League run in modern times as the squad of Slaven Bilic is currently positioned in the 7th spot and have collected victories against top clubs in English league including: Arsenal, Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea.

The players of Slaven Bilic are performing better than ever before with an entertaining playing style and they are now hoping that this recent change of form will help lure into the club a different class of players.

Slaven Bilic has heaped praise on Manuel Lanzini saying that the Argentinean has started off much better in England than he had expected him to while signing him on loan.

Lanzini has played 8 games for the Hammers so far and has scored 2 goals, but, more than the goals, Bilic is impressed to see the kind of impact that he has been able to make.

Swansea City’s Garry Monk has stated on numerous occasions that the Spanish forward Michu does not play any role in his plans and that the 29 year old attacker is not expected to perform for the Premier League club in this entire new season. West Ham have been linked.

Goals from Yaya Toure and Vincent Kompany were enough for Manchester City to defeat West Bromwich Albion as they claimed a 3-0 triumph in the opening match day of this new Premier League season.

Manchester City dominated the match from start till the very end as they had 69% of possession and launched a total of 19 shots meanwhile West Bromwich Albion could only muster 9 shots.