West Ham winger Robert Snodgrass as revealed what manager Slaven Bilic said to the Hammers squad after their 3-2 defeat to Bournemouth during the weekend.
According to the clubs official website, Snodgrass explained, “When we scored the first goal I thought we needed to see it out until half-time but we conceded a second penalty, we conceded a goal so that was hard, the manager said it and we all agree that we need to be better at game management which will help us see it through at times.”
Snodgrass arrived at the London Stadium in January in order to provide reinforcements in attack for the Hammers following the sale of controversial French star Dimitri Payet. However, he has so far failed to replicate the form that he showed at Hull which convinced the Hammers to fork out £10 million for his services.
The attacker has failed to register his first goal or assist for the Hammers, who have been generally disappointing this season, failing to build on from a promising campaign last season.
They have a challenging set of fixtures ahead and will be hoping to get points from their game against Leicester City during the weekend.