West Ham edge Wolves 3-2

Gary Neville thinks Jesse Lingard’s superb form for West Ham could force Manchester United into a rethink about the England international’s future.

Lingard, who now has six goals in eight games for the Hammers, starred and opened the scoring against Wolves in stunning style six minutes in when he ran 60 yards and left Leander Dendoncker and Romain Saiss trailing to beat Rui Patricio.

The 28-year-old, on loan from Manchester United until the end of the season, also played a crucial part in West Ham’s second goal, keeping the ball in play and flicking it into the path of Arthur Masuaku, who crossed for Pablo Fornals to find the corner of the net.

West Ham were rampant and so was Lingard, as he set up Jarrod Bowen for the third, taking his total goal contributions to 10 in just eight appearances for the Hammers.

Neville was full of praise for Lingard, saying he could still have a future at Old Trafford.

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