Football: Pellegrini says he's a happy Hammer in Arnautovic


(Reuters) – Manuel Pellegrini believes that Marko Arnautovic is "happy" at West Ham United despite reports bound by a move and Austria has been asked tested by his exhibitions.

Arnautovic added to Austria's Kurier newspaper last year he wanted to "compete with the best part", and his brother and producer Danijel said the person needs 29 year "team for high team" to achieve its ability.

The Pellegrini Manager stated that he had a high-level understanding of his & # 39; player but he was confident about his dedication to the London club.

"I know Marko. I know how he thinks," said Silein to journalists.

"I think every player needs to have an ambitious mind in each team and trying to develop their role.

"But I'm sure he's happy here and the best way to show (s) he is going to be doing good shows."

Arnautovic, who went into the club from Stoke City in July 2017, has introduced five league goals for West Ham this season but a serious injury to his / her knee is held on a training schedule limited for its & # 39; most of the campaign.

"Marko has a difficult season in that way," said Pellegrini ahead of a Saturday home match against his former club in Manchester City.

"He could not work a whole week from the beginning because of his knee. But in these two weeks he had no problem.

"I expect to have the highest level in every game. It has a lot of power and scores. I expect it to have a full season in the way it did for half season last season. "

(Reciting with Hardik Vyas in Bengaluru, edited by Nick Mulvenney)

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