Huddersfield winger Tom Ince is looking to pile on the misery on West Ham when his side plays against Slaven Bilic’s side on Monday.
Ince’s family has been subjected to abuse from some sections of the Hammers support base as his father Paul infamously left the club in 1989 to join Manchester United.
Fans of the East London club have never forgiven the father of Ince, especially as he was spotted in a United shirt before the deal could take place. Tom could now become a source for the fans to express their frustrations this weekend.
Ince has now revealed that he will be looking to pile on the pressure on his teams opponents and said, “It’s one of those things. You have to take it on the chin. I always think that if they’re booing you then you must be doing something right.
“Hopefully, if selected, if I score a goal at West Ham it will be a very nice moment for me. I’m looking forward to it. It’s a great stadium, the fans are absolutely fantastic and it will be a great game to be involved in.”
West Ham have started the season in poor form after losing all three of their opening games. Huddersfield meanwhile, have been impressive after picking up several points from their opening three games.