West Ham manager SlavenBilic has revealed that he is disappointed with Andy Carroll injury record during this campaign and that he will be discussing this issue with the player after the season.

He said that this is a shame as Andy Carroll is a good player and that he would have been helpful for the team if he remained fit, but unfortunately, this has not been the case this season.

West Ham players have been infuriated over Payet’s attitude to the club of recent.

The France international is on a strike as he seeks an exit from the club, and thus instigating his team mate to spark up words about him, claiming that they are better-off without him in the team.

The Hammers are back in the top half of the Premier league table after claiming a hard-fought victory at Southampton this afternoon, and the win at St Mary’s stadium becomes the third of their last four games away from home.

Troubled playmaker Dimitri Payet could leave West Ham this term, according to reports.

The France international seems frustrated with the form of the club. The external influences are not helping him in anyway.

After having played 11 Premier League matches, West Ham United is currently sitting at the 17th spot with just 1 more point than the relegation zone which is being occupied by Hull City but it seems extremely likely that West Ham United will be dropping points at a consistent basis for the next few weeks.

West Ham are investigating striker Andy Carroll and goalkeeper Darren Randolph after the duo were reported to be drunk on Tuesday afternoon after the club allowed a night-out on Monday.

There have been conflicting reports online about the incident which has been smearing the image of the club in a term that have started poorly.

SlavenBilić’s appointment as head coach of West Ham United was completed on June of 2015 and his task is to help keep the English club in the Premier League and possibly even compete in the Europa League but so far things have not been going as desired.

West Ham are fearful that Dimitri Payet might be leaving London during the summer and sign for a bigger European club.

Indeed, the Frenchman has been outstanding so far with France at the Euros and should be attracting the interest of various clubs during the summer transfer window.