Arsenal legend Martin Keown has said that he believes that Robert Snodgrass may be regretting his decision to join West Ham from Hull City during the January transfer window by saying, “Now Snodgrass might be questioning the wisdom of moving to West Ham. He’ll be asking himself whether he made the right.”
The 29-year-old joined the Hammers for £10 million in order to boost the team’s hopes of gaining a top 10 finish in the Premier League this season as well as to add quality to the side after the departure of controversial star Dimitri Payet.
However things have not gone according to plan for the Scotland international, who has failed to carry over the form he displayed at Hull to the East London side.
While the Hammers have been in poor form recently and now have relegation worries to deal with, Hull meanwhile have improved since Marco Silva became manager.