Ravel Morrison dropped a couple of subtle hints that suggest he wants to remain at West Ham today.
His Hammers future has been under growing speculation this month and appeared to have reached boiling point when Fulham manager Rene Meulensteen admitted he had a bid for Morrison rejected by West Ham and that he believes Ravel wants to join the Cottagers.
Rumours of Ravel’s desperation to be reunited with Meulensteen, after working with him at Manchester United, have been thrown around all day, with many fans unhappy with the 20-year-old for either wanting to leave or not coming out publicly to clear up all the uncertainty.
And Morrison did just that late this afternoon when posted a picture on his official Instagram page with him standing pitch side at the Boleyn Ground. It suggested the he was happy to be a West Ham player and that his allegiance is with the club for the time being at least.
Read in to his photo all you like, but it’s certainly a way of showing the fans that he is listening to the comments made about him both in the media and from football supporters on social media and that he’s happy where he is.
But if that wasn’t enough, Morrison then tweeted radio station talkSPORT with an emoticon showing clapping hands after the situation regarding him and Fulham was being discussed by presenters Hawksbee and Jacobs.
They were suggesting he would be mad to leave West Ham at the moment and that the reason behind all the speculation is merely because he feels he deserves more parity with the some of the other West Ham players when it comes to salary, which the club are thought to be interested in opening talks for.