Patrice Evra officially sealed his return to football after securing a move to West Ham on Wednesday and the 36-year-old insisted he is as hungry as ever to forge a successful future with the Hammers.
Evra found himself cut adrift from the sport in November after
The 36-year-old is eager to show he still has what it takes to feature consistently at the highest level, where he can move towards a new successful future which leaves the past in the past.
With 22 trophies to his name, Evra knows what it takes to win and he promised the West Ham faithful that he still has something to prove, and that his winning mentality is here to stay.
“When you win one game, you must always think about the next one, so that’s what I will bring here. For me, winning is something normal. I will do my best to bring to my teammates that mentality and they already have it, because when you are a professional football you should have it.
“I can’t wait to help them win most of them games we play.
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With an alarmingly frequent use of the third person Evra said, when asked about his successful history in the Premier League
Evra's time at Manchester United included a short stint under David Moyes, a manger he admits holds great respect for and is someone he is looking forward to repaying, but this time it will be at the London Stadium.
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