West Ham striker Javier Hernandez was quick to deny recent claims that he was unhappy at the club.
The Mexican international has netted only three goals in the Premier League since his move from Bayer Leverkusen in the summer, but has been predominantly utilised on the left wing by boss Slaven Bilic.
This led to foreign reports suggesting that he was losing patience at West Ham, and is currently unhappy with the predicament he finds himself in.
However, in quite excellent fashion, Hernandez took to Twitter to reaffirm his commitment to the cause at the London Stadium, and to claim that he is “very happy” with West Ham.
Twitter: @westhamfootball @AndreaDuro That’s a lie! I’m very happy at West Ham!! #COYI (@CH14_)
Hernandez has started every single one of the Hammers’ Premier League games so far in what has been a turbulent start to the season, and he will hope to kick on now after the international break.