West Ham supervisor David Moyes has admitted he may need given Jarrod Bowen his debut already if it wasn’t for the membership’s difficult fixture listing.
The 23-year-old arrived in East London for a £22m price from Hull Metropolis on Deadline Day within the January switch window however continues to be awaiting his Hammers debut.
Moyes’ aspect presently sit within the relegation zone, following the 3-Three draw with Brighton, and noticed their winter break plans affected by the postponement of the journey to face Manchester Metropolis.
Now, their rescheduled fixture falls forward of one other difficult conflict in opposition to runaway leaders Liverpool, with the Scottish boss believing it is an excessive amount of of a soar for Bowen to maneuver into the beginning line up.
Nevertheless, forward of the match on the Etihad Stadium, he admitted that the previous Hull man may have been nearer to a debut if the Hammers had a kinder fixture schedule.
“From my expertise of the boys I’ve introduced from the Championship, very often they take somewhat little bit of time to settle however there is a clamour from everybody to place these gamers in,” he instructed Sky Sports activities.
“I simply suppose it is good to offer him an opportunity to settle in. Clearly, coming to Man Metropolis or Liverpool are robust video games for a brand new signing from the Championship to begin in.
“From what I’ve seen of him, I have been actually impressed. He is appeared sharp, he is appeared fast, he is clearly match match and he is able to go, so possibly if it was totally different video games I might be taking a look at it in a different way.
“You have to give boys from the Championship somewhat little bit of time to settle into the Premier League, the pace of it, the tempo, I believe it is fairly vital.”