Although West Ham midfielder’s former coach, Dusan Uhrin, doubts that the 25-year-old will be targeted by the German giants, he can see top English clubs lining up to make a move.
The 78-year-old told BBC Sport:
“He is constantly improving, so why not? Who scores eight goals from his position? I wouldn't expect a transfer to Bayern, but rather a team in England.”
added on his initial impressions on
after he stepped out the academy ranks at Slavia, being snubbed elsewhere:
“He didn't have good passing. Also, it didn't look very good when he was running. That might have been the reason why coaches didn't want him.
“But he was great in improving himself and working hard in training. He progressed really quickly, took responsibility and remained a great boy. You had to get used to watching him because at first glance he looked slow.”
After a slow start in London,
has scored 8 goals in his 23 Premier League games this season, contributing to the collection of 14 points by the Hammers.