West Ham fans are worried that Javier Hernandez may look to force an exit from the club if David Moyes continues to limit his game time.

According to ​Sky Sports, the striker had attempted to force an exit from West Ham in January, however the move was blocked by the club. 

The 29-year-old has made just 16 ​Premier League starts for West Ham this season, with Moyes preferring to deploy Marko Arnautovic as a lone striker.


Although Hernandez has not had the impact he would have liked since his £16.2m move from Bayer Leverkusen, ​West Ham fans remain keen to see the striker stay at the club beyond the summer.

Given the Mexican poacher's lack of game time, Hernandez has still managed a decent return of eight Premier League goals - with the most recent coming against ​Chelsea in a 1-1 draw at Stamford Bridge.

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David Moyes though remains reluctant to start Hernandez, with the striker assuming the role of super-sub, a role that he became so accustomed to at ​Manchester United.

If Moyes stays beyond this season - barring a U-turn in the manager's thinking - Hernandez could likely leave for pastures new. 

Some Hammers fans however would sooner see their manager depart the club at the end of the season:




West Ham are due to play ​Stoke City on Monday evening and much to the disappointment ​​of Hammers fans, Moyes, speaking to the ​Evening Standard has again suggested that the Mexican will start from the bench.

​​“Chicharito has played in other games and scored good goals but at the moment Marko would be hard to move aside if we are playing just one striker,” Moyes said.