Jesse Lingard has bid farewell to his West Ham teammates on social media – however hasn’t closed the door on a possible return to the Hammers sooner or later.
The 28-year-old has flourished for the east London membership since becoming a member of on mortgage from Manchester United in January, hitting 9 objectives and including an additional 5 assists in 16 Premier League appearances to assist them cement a spot within the Europa League subsequent season.
“What a option to finish the season,” Lingard wrote on social media.
“Reaching our aim with this unimaginable group of lads feels superb! We pushed exhausting and by no means gave up! I really feel so fortunate to have been capable of come into such a welcoming surroundings, everybody linked with the membership has proven me simply how particular this membership is.
“So thanks to the gaffer who had the idea in bringing me right here. Thanks to all of the employees that made it really easy for me to settle and embed into the membership so rapidly.
“Thanks to the coaches who helped me discover my true self again on the pitch.
“Thanks to the followers who supported me from the second I arrived. It was superb with the ability to play in entrance of you on the final day!
“And thanks to a particular group of lads, in addition to making some new lifelong mates coaching and taking part in with you all has been one of many highlights of my profession!
“Regardless of the future holds West Ham United will maintain a particular place in my coronary heart!”
Declan Rice shaped a robust bond with Lingard on the membership and the midfielder responded by saying his England teammate can be missed on the London Stadium.
He wrote on Instagram: “That is emotional brother!
“[An] absolute pleasure to share the pitch and altering room with you once more! Your [sic] going to be missed massively mate.”