West Ham midfielder Josh Cullen, who is currently on loan with Bradford City, has admitted that his dream of playing for the Hammers may be over.
Cullen said, “My dream has always been to break into the first-team at West Ham but I’m aware that might not happen. If this was the move that suited me best I would have no problem because I’ve enjoyed my time at Bradford.”
This season the 20-year-old has played 43 times for the League One outfit scoring one goal and recording six assists and such numbers may not be enough to convince the Hammers that he should remain at the club.
After what has been a disappointing season for Slaven Bilic’s side, there is no doubt that they will be looking to recruit midfielders who have experience playing at the highest level during the summer and this may harm Cullen’s chances of turning out for the senior team.