West Ham United coach David Moyes believes new addition Kudus Mohammed will need time to acclimate to the Hammers’ style of play.
Kudus appeared for the London-based team in their 2-1 win over Luton Town before the international break, and during the break, he scored two goals for Ghana against the Central African Republic in a friendly and Liberia in an international friendly.
After two games, the previous right-to-dream product has yet to experience full-time action. He came off the bench to start the match against Manchester City on Saturday, September 16.
23-year-old Kudus moved to West Ham United for £45 million in August from Dutch giants AFC Ajax.
We might need to wait a bit longer for Mo (Kudus) to get established, Moyes stated in a post-match debrief that was sighted by 1Family radio.
Kudus could be given a starting spot when West Ham United face TSC Backa Topola in the UEFA Europa League on Thursday, September 21.