West Ham’s most valuable player has now admitted that he wasn’t “that motivated” last season.

west Ham midfielder Tomas Soucek believes he is back to his goalscoring best, after admitting he “didn’t feel that motivated” last season.

Soucek scored his second goal in a week as the Hammers beat League One Lincoln 1-0 in the Carabao Cup on Wedneday to set up a fourth-round derby clash against Arsenal.

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The Czech international scored 10 goals in his first season with the Hammers in 2020, followed by six goals in his next two. However, his performance declined, and in 50 appearances last season, he scored just three goals.

Soucek has opened up about a trying time in his career and is now back to being a consistent goal threat.

I’m glad I was able to register on the scoreboard, and I can do it again in the future, he remarked. “I feel fantastic. Perhaps I didn’t feel right or driven last season, but this season I feel fantastic.

I just hope this season may be even better than last season since we have a really great roster and we’re competing in four different leagues.

Soucek was the only survivor as David Moyes made 10 changes from the team that lost 3-1 at Liverpool on Sunday, with Jarrod Bowen, James Ward-Prowse, Lucas Paqueta and Kurt Zouma all left at home.

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