West Ham goalkeeper Nathan Trott has high hopes for the new season.
Trott has put pen to paper on a contract extension until the summer of 2024, with a further two-year option, and has now set his sights on adding to the Hammers debut he made in an FA Cup fourth-round win over Doncaster Rovers in January 2021.
He told the club’s website: “For me, the next step will just try be to and impress as much as I can.
“We’ve got Łukasz [Fabiański], Alphonse [Areola] and Darren [Randolph] here as well, so I’m just going to try and push them as much as I can. I’m at that age now when I’ve got a lot more experience and appearances under my belt, so I feel like I’m a lot more mature than I was and I feel like I’ve gotten everything I need to know.
“I think the next step for me is to just try and impress as much as I can in the pre-season games and hopefully catch the manager’s eye.”