It’s been no secret that West Ham have struggled this season and the media has been awash with criticism towards Slaven Bilic’s side.
After a memorable final campaign at the Boelyn Ground last term, West Ham have endured a debut season to forget at their new home in the London Stadium.
The Hammers have won just six of 16 Premier League fixtures at home this season and sit 13th in the standings, although an uplight in form in recent weeks has seen them push away from the relegation zone.
Major changes are expected to be made this summer though and former West Ham striker Ian Wright has questioned the club’s lack of identity, telling BT Sport:
“I watched them recently against Arsenal… they don’t keep the ball, they don’t pass to eachother, you never know how they’re going to get out,”
“Andy Carroll got taken off and you didn’t know who their focal point was, even if they were going to try and manage the game, they don’t keep the ball well.”
“They constantly get the ball turned over from them, they make too many mistakes.”
Slaven Bilic’s future at the club remains under scrutiny as he’s set to enter the final 12 months of his deal this summer, whilst a major shake-up in the squad is set to take place.