West Ham midfielder Josh Cullen feels ready for his Premier League chance.
Cullen is eyeing up a Premier League chance after impressing in both games of the Hammers' Emirates FA Cup tie against Shrewsbury Town.
Cullen returned from a loan at Bolton Wanderers, alongside matchwinner Reece Burke, to play his part in the cup tie and wants to add to his one Premier League appearance for the Club so far – in the famous 3-0 win at Liverpool at the start of the 2015/16 season.
Now with plenty of experience under his belt from those loans at Bolton and Bradford City, Cullen is convinced he is ready to kick on,
“Pushing on in the Premier League is the aim," he told whufc.com. “It's great to be back – I want to play for West Ham and going out on loan is about improving and developing to get that chance to play for West Ham.
“I'm delighted to get two appearances under my belt, two starts, and it's great to have that faith shown in me. I want to push on from here."