West Ham United left-back Aaron Cresswell has lauded the impact made by manager David Moyes since his return.
After five years and four managers at West Ham, the foundations being laid with the Scot at the helm have impressed Aaron Cresswell most of all.
“In terms of the longevity and the future, the way that the club’s changed for me has been the most important thing over the past year,” said the 31-year-old left-back.
“Put that together with the form on the pitch and that’s what every club wants. If you are taking the club forward then winning comes hand in hand.”
Cresswell is as delighted about Jesse Lingard’s arrival as the Manchester United midfielder showed himself to be on social media on Thursday.
“I’ve been in the England squad with him a few times,” he also told the Mirror. “He’s missed a lot of football over the last year. But if you look at his CV for United prior to that he’s played for England, a lot of times.
“He’s a fantastic player, there’s no question about that. So it will be good for him to come to us where hopefully he can play and fit straight in. I think he’ll be a great asset for us.”