JESSE LINGARD has hinted he could STAY at West Ham after scoring in their win over Tottenham.
Lingard has been a revelation since his loan move from Manchester United and has not ruled out an extended stay with David Moyes’ in-form side.
The attacker put one over former United boss Jose Mourinho with the crucial second goal in the Hammers’ 2-1 win over Spurs.
Lingard told BBC Sport: “It is brilliant, the lads have taken to me. I have settled in really quickly.
“I am playing each game with a smile and enjoying my football and that is the most important thing.
“Everyone has the same mindset and goal for the end of the season and the same targets.
“We don’t look at the table too much and will take it game by game but this is an enjoyable position to be in.”
Lingard has fallen out of favour at Old Trafford and jumped at the chance to move to West Ham in the January transfer window.
The England talent scored twice on his debut in the 3-1 victory at Aston Villa.
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And his effort against Tottenham made it ten points from a possible 12, in the games he has played, as he continued his unbeaten start to life at the club.
Lingard’s form has helped the Hammers continue their exceptional run and the club could yet qualify for the Champions League with the side sitting fourth in the Premier League.
He is clearly loving life in London and Lingard even managed to celebrate his goal twice after the VAR check ruled in the Hammers’ favour.
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