West Ham winger Robert Snodgrass has successfully turned his Hammers career around this season under the management of Manuel Pellegrini.
The Scottish international has racked up seven assists so far this campaign and supporters on Twitter have been praising the 31-year-old for his performances:
— Stef (@StefGoodridge) 5 December 2018
You were and have pretty much won over all the non believers.
— Bob Ballard (@bobballardsport) 5 December 2018
I have always rated Snoddy, he just needed to be given a chance 🙌🏻
— d a m o (@_thedamo) 5 December 2018
— Fazzamania (@fazzamania) 5 December 2018
— Tom Addison (@TEJAddison) 5 December 2018
Was a brilliant chest control and touch assist.
Keep it up Snoddy
— Jay (@jshopson) 5 December 2018
Snoddy has been fantastic, well played
— Andy O’Toole (the bone collector) (@dampCobra) 5 December 2018
After being loaned out to Aston Villa last season, many believed that Snodgrass had played his last game for the Irons, but after knuckling down in pre-season, he was given a fresh start by Pellegrini.
He was excellent in the 3-1 win over Cardiff City yesterday evening, providing the assist for Lucas Perez’s opener, as well as Michail Antonio’s third goal.
No doubt, the long-term injury to Andriy Yarmolenko has given Snodgrass more opportunities to shine in the claret and blue, but the Scot is certainly taking his chance with both hands, whether he is playing on the right-hand side, on the left wing or in the middle of the park.