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Kudus hasn’t had enough play time at West Ham, coach explains why

West Ham United’s Head Coach, David Moyes, has emphasised that it will take some time for new signing Kudus Mohammed to adapt to the team’s playing style.

Kudus had a brief appearance for the London-based club in their 2-1 victory over Luton Town before the international break. During the break, he had a prolific spell, scoring two goals for Ghana against the Central African Republic in a friendly and Liberia in an international friendly.

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Despite his promising start, the former Right to Dream product has yet to secure a full-time role after two games. On Saturday, September 16, he began as a substitute against Manchester City.

Kudus, aged 23, made a significant move to West Ham United from Dutch giants AFC Ajax in August, with the transfer fee amounting to €45 million.

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Moyes, in a post-match discussion, acknowledged, “We might need to wait a little more time for Mo (Kudus) to get settled in.”

Kudus could potentially be handed a starting position when West Ham United faces Serbian side TSC Backa Topola in the UEFA Europa League on Thursday, September 21.

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