West Ham forward Jarrod Bowen has picked up 2022 exactly where 2021 left off in terms of form. 

The 25-year-old already has three goals in three games this calendar year having signed off with three assists against Watford on December 28. 

Bagging a brace to secure victory over Norwich City in the Premier League, Bowen is attracting a growing list of admirers. 

Former Rangers and Scotland striker Ally McCoist was quick to hail the ace on talkSPORT, whilst plenty of Hammers were full of praise on social media. 

Bowen also earned an outstanding 8.20 Sofascore rating for a performance containing 51 touches, three shots on target and 22 accurate passes. 

This season the uncapped Englishman has now scored eight times and provided 10 assists in 30 appearances across all competitions. 


Valued at £31.5million and under contract at the London Stadium until 2025 (Transfermarkt), the club will be thankful for the lengthy deal and may yet look to extend amidst increased interest. 

Moreover, on current form, there are few players in the top-flight more deserving of international recognition than Bowen. 

As things stand, England are next in action in June and the former Hull City man will be striving towards earning that allusive call up. 

Does Jarrod Bowen Deserve An England Call Up?