Daily Mirror



JARROD BOWEN says West Ham have a strong enough squad to sustain a top-four challenge, despite their failure to bring in reinforcem­ents.

Hammers boss David Moyes was frustrated in his search for a centreback and a forward on deadline day – and drawing a blank in the market has left West Ham’s squad looking thin.

Moves for Marseille defender Duje Caleta-Car and Manchester United’s Jesse Lingard failed to materalise.

But Bowen (above) said: “If you look at the games – 23 in the Premier League, the Europa League, Carabao Cup and the FA Cup – we’ve had a lot.

“But the squad has done more than enough, so it’s about pushing forward over the second half of the season.”

Bowen’s fine form has pushed him considerat­ion for an England call-up.

Speaking on behalf of FOOTY.COM, he said: “I’m happy with how it’s going, so if a call-up happened, I’d love it.”

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