Jarrod Bowen – A*
The 25-year-old has been on fire this season and has been nominated for Premier League Player of the Season and deservedly so. He has scored 12 goals and got a further 10 assists in the league (even more in Europe), only Kevin de Bruyne, Mohamed Salah and Heung-Min Son have more goal contributions than Bowen. How long can England manager Gareth Southgate ignore him for as he must be on the plane to Qatar. He’s been arguably West Ham’s best player this season – he has got everything you’d want in a winger.
Andriy Yarmolenko – B+
The Ukranian’s stay at the club looks to be coming to an end as he contract is up. There have been times he hasn’t performed but on the whole he will be remebered for scoring a number of big goals. This season, the winner against Sevilla was possibly the moment of the year and his great goal on his comeback from time off after the invasion of his homeland versus Aston Villa was surely the league’s most emotional moment as he showed strength and desire to return and play like a man inspired.
Michail Antonio – B+
First half of the season Antonio was largely unplayable. His strength, pace and power was causing opponents all sort of problem but eventually the goals dried up and he became a little wasteful in-front of goal. However, he shouldn’t be judged just on goals, his hard work in a number of big games this season has been man of the match worthy. He makes the challenging things look easy and the easy things look challenging. Antonio has netted 12 goals and got a further 11 assists which is very good but be will know he should have more. Direct competition for his place is needed of course.
David Moyes – A*
What an incredible job Moyes has done. Few fans were happy to see him return to the club for a second spell but he has taken West Ham from relegation contenders to a European semi-final in two and a half seasons. His work has been simply incredible and the Hammers are in the best position they have been in in years. He deserves enormous credit for his tactics, signings and dragging West Ham out of a bad time to an incredible time. This season has been full of unbeliveable memories so thank you David Moyes, Let’s hope he is backed in the transfer market and we can keep competing with the big boys.